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Posts Tagged ‘personal finance’

Pictures from Financial Fitness for Under 40 Folk – part 1

Posted on November 24th, 2017 by mdevine in Kirstein Business Library, Programs

There was a great turnout for Part 1 of Financial Fitness for Under 40 Folk on Tuesday, October 24. The following pictures are from the event. To enlarge a picture, just click on it.

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Join us on Tuesday, November 28 for Part 2 of Financial Fitness for Under 40 Folk where you will explore the various ways to grow your money through investing it, and understand the associated risks. Should you invest in your employer’s retirement account, buy real estate or open a brokerage account? Learn what you should be doing with your money today to create financial freedom tomorrow. Register for your spot at https://tinyurl.com/yc5alrk8.

Become financially fit. Eric will be at the WGBH Studio at the Boston Public Library to share the toolkit to get you there. Bring your questions, and start to create your plan for financial freedom.

This program is sponsored by Bank of America, and presented by the Kirstein Business Library & Innovation Center in partnership with WGBH. To find out more about additional programs sponsored by Bank of America and presented by the Kirstein Business Library & Innovation Center and register for your spot, visit www.bpl.org/BankofAmerica.

 

A virtual piggy bank for your kids

Posted on December 5th, 2013 by adeangelis in Internet Resources

There are plenty of products out there that can help with reaching your goals. But what about for kids and teens?

Introducing Oink.

Oink aims to teach kids and teens how to spend wisely and save money all within a safe environment. Founded in 2008 as Virtual Piggy, the company recently re-branded itself as Oink and rolled a new suite of products to expand services and attract teens along with their parents.

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