Naperville Public Library Blog
This term, Financial Literacy, is used quite frequently by government agencies that seek to improve the general welfare of our citizens. It is also a common ter
Is the housing market really set for a recovery? There is at least some reason for optimism.
It is not uncommon during divorce to discover that one of the spouses has been relatively uninvolved in the family’s finances. This may have been due to a lack of interest in financial matter
The increased unemployment rates of the past six years or so caused a significant spike in activities at public libraries across the United States supporting the unemployed in their efforts to find
Most Americans nearing retirement age expect to enjoy themselves after leaving the workforce, with unlimited free time to spend with family and friends, travel, and engage in personal projects or g
Many market prognosticators find in the advent of each new year another reason for sharing their predictions of market performance - which stocks to buy and which mutual funds will beat the average
Effective time management is difficult for many of us, particularly with the holiday season upon us. It can feel overwhelming when holiday shopping, decorating and cooking are added to our us
Enjoying the year-end holidays like Kwanza, Hanukkah and Christmas, which involve gift giving and celebrations, need not bust the family budget. There are a number of websites and tools avail
Are you mentally and financially prepared for retirement?
Is there ever a time when that creative writing class is as useful as when it comes time to write or revise your resume? Or, maybe writing skills that are a little less creative and more crit