Monday, April 6, 2009

Money Smart Week - April 18-25, 2009

Money Smart Week is an initiative led by the Ferderal Reserve Bank and several community partners. The Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago in particular has a very diverse selection of seminars, ranging on everything from home buying, saving for college, managing a budget, the bailout, reverse mortgages, and much much more.

The website for Money Smart Week Chicago is simply -->

Here you can find the Chicagoland Money Smart Week Calendar . There are events all over Chicago, near where you may work, etc.

Some events happening in the ward (we will try to post individual meetings at least the day before):

Saturday April 18

10:00AM to 12:00PM
Securing Your Retirement in Today's Economy This event is Public - Information on Budgeting and Saving,Investing,Retirement Planning St. Stephens Lutheran Church 8500 S. Maryland Chicago, IL 60619 Greg Teague: (312) 282-7379

Tuesday April 21

1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Financially Savvy Seniors This event is Public - Information on General Finance Planning,Identity Theft,Retirement Planning Chicago Public Library, Whitney Young Branch 7901 S. King Dr. Chicago, IL 60619 Kimberly Nute-Jones: (708) 720-7500

6:00 PM to 7:30 PM
First Time Home Buyer Seminar This event is Public - Information on Home Buying National City Bank 8700 S. Cottage Grove Chicago, IL 60619 Rosie Verdin: (815) 609-9087

Thursday April 23

6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Free Foreclosure Prevention Workshop This event is Public - Information on Emergency Finance Planning (Healthcare, Unemployment, Disaster),General Finance Planning NHS Auburn Gresham-Englewood Office 449 W. 79th St. Chicago, IL 60620 Heather Blankenship: (773) 329-4185

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