Financial Literacy Month Workshops

In recognition of April as Financial Literacy Month, Arkansas Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan’s office is teaming up with the Central Arkansas Library System to host a free virtual financial education series. The partnership will feature four weekly sessions that begin Tuesday, April 20. The sessions will be presented by local financial experts. Topics will include budgeting, saving money on taxes, preparing for a child’s education, and navigating finances during major life challenges such as illness or aging parents.

The four-week financial education series runs each Tuesday through May 11. Sessions are presented live on the library system’s Zoom virtual platform and will be recorded for later viewing. Each session begins at 6:30 p.m. and will be approximately one hour in length. Although they are free to attend, registration is required for each presentation.

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Understanding Financial Basics

Are you looking to become banked? Confused on how to navigate the financial system? This class will provide information on how to open a safe, no overdraft certified Bank On account at participating local financial institutions and offer an overview on common banking terms and services. Presented by Bank On Arkansas.

In recognition of April as Financial Literacy Month,

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Basics of Budgeting and Savings

In this class we’ll look at how to build a budget that will make your money work for you. We’ll also go over options for credit repair and find ways to make a fresh start. Presented by Orion Federal Credit Union.

Topics will include:

  • Setting Budget Goals & Developing Positive Habits
  • Understanding Your Credit Score

In recognition of April as Financial Literacy Month,

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Basics of Financial Planning

In this class, we will cover four important steps toward taking your finances to the next level. Make money work for you rather than against you. Presented by Strongtower Wealth Management.

In recognition of April as Financial Literacy Month, Arkansas Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan’s office is teaming up with the Central Arkansas Library System to host a free virtual financial education series.

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Planning for Major Life Changes

This session will cover the importance of proactive estate planning and the need for estate plan maintenance as major life changes arise, such as marriage, divorce, birth of children, illness, aging, buying a home, or building a business. Presented by The Wilson Law Group.

In recognition of April as Financial Literacy Month, Arkansas Treasurer of State Dennis Milligan’s office is teaming up with the Central Arkansas Library System to host a free virtual financial education series.

Learn More