The Dayton Metro Library has a full slate of personal finance programs scheduled in January. These free programs offer practical tips for family budgeting, planning and avoiding problems such as fraud. All programs are free and open to the public.
Personal Finance programs continue through April at various Branch Library locations. For a complete list of programs, visit the Events Calendar at DaytonMetroLibrary.org or call (937) 46-BOOK.
SMART MONEY: OUTSMART THE SCAMMERS
Learn how to spot red flags that may indicate a fraudulent encounter, discover resources you can use if you are targeted, and take steps now to protect yourself and your loved ones.
MON, 1/9 | 6:30-7:30 PM | VANDALIA, 330 S. Dixie Dr.
THUR, 1/12 | 1-2 PM | NEW LEBANON, 715 W. Main St.
IDENTITY THEFT, FRAUD AND SCAMS
When your private information gets into the wrong hands, the consequences can be devastating. Consumer Credit Counseling shares steps you can take to protect yourself from thieves, fraud and scams.
TUE, 1/10 | 6:30-8 | MIAMI TOWNSHIP, 2718 Lyons Rd.
HELP YOUR TEEN GET IN & GET MONEY FOR COLLEGE
Learn seven things you can start doing, improve or do differently to help your teen prepare for college. Help your teen choose the right college and learn about funds that can help your family afford college.
TUE, 1/10 | 7-8 PM | BROOKVILLE, 120 Blue Pride Dr.
SOCIAL SECURITY EXPLAINED
For participants age 60-66, Jonathon Bradfield explains Social Security benefits, claims and more.
TUE, 1/17 | 6:30-8 PM | BROOKVILLE, 120 Blue Pride Dr.
RESPONSIBLE MONEY MANAGEMENT
Do you wonder where your money goes each month? Learn how to develop a spending plan that will act as a roadmap to your financial success.
TUE, 1/31 | 6:30-8 PM | KETTERING-MORAINE, 3496 Far Hills Ave.