Please Note: These programs have now ended.
April is Financial Literacy month and it’s a good time to take stock of your personal finances as tax season winds down. Santa Clara County Library District (SCCLD) is hosting a series of Personal Finance workshops April 1 through May 9, 2022. Five will be virtual and one will be in-person at Cupertino Library. Registration is required for each online event you’d like to attend.
Virtual Programs with the Financial Planners Association of Silicon Valley
How to Create a Successful Retirement Plan
Friday, April 1 @ 11 AM
For more information and to RSVP: https://sccl.bibliocommons.com/events/622ba68ae2696b2f009a9734
What is your Long Term Care Strategy?
Tuesday, April 12 @ 7 PM
Medicare: What you don't know and what it could cost you
Monday, April 25 @ 7 PM
Asset Allocation: A Strategy for Life
Friday, April 29 @ 11 AM
Virtual Program with Severo
Value Line: Get Stoked About Stocks
Thursday, April 21, 2022 @ 1:00 PM
This informative webinar is presented by Severo, a Institutional Sales & Marketing Analyst from Value Line. It will go over the basics of the Value Line website, where you can find information on stocks, securities, the stock market, and the economy.
Choosing the Right Senior Care Option
Monday, May 9 @ 7 PM
This presentation explores the different types of senior care options currently available. We will discuss the pros and cons of each so that you can make an informed decision for your loved one. We will also discuss the average monthly cost associated with senior care and how to pay for care. Presented by the Financial Planners Association of Silicon Valley.
Place: Cupertino Library, 10800 Torre Avenue, Cupertino CA 95014, Room 201A Second Floor
You can also follow SCCLD’s Smart Investing webpage and monthly Booklists that cover a variety of personal finance topics such as:
- Personal Finance - Budgeting
- Credit and Debt Management
- Financial Emergencies
- Financing College
- Estate Planning
“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.” --Benjamin Franklin