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It’s Your Money

It's Your Money is a program designed to help people under 30 take control of their finances with the help of free and unbiased financial literacy resources.

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Photo: Monroe County Public Library

It's Your Money organizes free public programs about personal finance and financial literacy, including monthly "Talk to an Expert" sessions for one-on-one help.

People are embarrassed when they talk about their finances, often…Even offering the service at the library is an attempt to break down those kinds of walls. You don’t have to…tell us what you make every week, but we do want to be there to answer your questions. — Jason Evans Groth, Librarian for the It’s Your Money project.

It’s Your Money is a program designed to help 15- to 29-year-olds take control of their finances with the help of free and unbiased financial literacy resources provided by the Monroe County Public Library. The program focuses on five subject areas: budgeting, saving, spending, credit and debt management, and investing.

To teach people how to save, spend, and manage their debt wisely, It’s Your Money organizes free public programs about personal finance and financial literacy, including monthly “Talk to an Expert” sessions for one-on-one help.

The It’s Your Money website includes links to resources such as budgeting tools, practical credit card tips, investments tips for young investors, and even links to interactive games that seek to educate people about the importance of financial literacy.

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It’s Your Money
Jason Evans Groth, Project Librarian
Email: Jason Evans Groth
Ph: 812-349-3050

303 E. Kirkwood Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47408

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