Jacksonville Money Wi$e Week, April 28 - May 4, 2013
Daily Lunch and Learn Topics at the Main Library
Noon to 12:45 pm, Room G4, Conference Level
Register at Money Wi$e Week site.
Monday - What's Your Money Personality?
Tuesday - Managing Money in Tough Times Part 1
Wednesday - Managing Money in Tough Times Part 2
Thursday - Building or Re-Building Your Credit Part 1
Friday - Building or Re-Building Your Credit Part 2
April 30 and May 1 - Free credit report and consultation with Master Money Mentor
Main Library Room 124, 4:30 - 6:30 pm
2013 Consumer Workshops - Go to the Get Financially Fit page to download a list of monthly workshops at the Jacksonville Public Library.
Florida Master Money Mentor Program
"Individual coaching to help you reach your financial goals"
Having trouble making ends meet?
Want to build or re-build your credit? Saving enough?
You may request a Master Money Mentor - your own personal money coach. This is a free service of the University of Florida and Duval County Extension. Call Anita for more information or click here for an intake form. Complete this fillable pdf form and save to your computer. Then attach it to an email to Anita. You will be matched with a Mentor to help you with budgeting, saving, or credit issues.
If you want to start organizing your income, expenses, goals, and credit information, click here for the Financial Factfinder. It's also important to have a financial tracking system. Contact us for a 2013 Money Management Calendar.
Money Management Program Pages
Florida Saves in Jacksonville
Workshops and Seminars
Get Financially Fit @Work and @ Your Library
Programs for Youth
Financial Educator Volunteers
Links to Money Management Sites
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Master Money Mentor Newsletters
Money Management programs will help you:
Make and use a workable spending and saving plan
Use mainstream banking services effectively
Provide for a more secure future through saving and investing
Become a better-informed consumer
Avoid predatory products
Use credit for items that add to long-term security
if savings are not sufficient