For the next four weeks, Fridays mean Finance at Darien Library, with a new series of drop-in technology classes taught by our Knowledge & Learning Services librarians. We’ll be providing hands-on instruction and plenty of time for Q&A. These sessions are free, open to the public, and take place from 12 to 1 PM at the reference area computers on the Second Floor. Registration is not required, so please join us!
On March 5, we’ll talk about the Ins and Outs of Income Tax Forms; our paper forms have been flying off the shelves and we’ll show you reproducible and online forms, as well as information about where to get fast, free, expert local tax help.
March 12 will cover the confusion around the credit information you’re entitled to by law…where is the ONE legitimate place to get this, absolutely free? On March 19, we’ll be talking about How to be a Confident Consumer online. How do you know a site is safe? What if it isn’t? We’ll tell you! Then, on March 26, join us to learn about Value Line, one of our most useful financial resources here at the Library.
Along with the classes, we’ll be posting resource guides, podcasts, and screencasts on the Darien Library website every week. There is so much going on in March at Darien Library, but you really can’t afford to miss Finance Fridays – see you there!
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