Money & Finance Classes Survey
To help us provide our patrons with relevant financial-related programming, we are asking for your feedback and suggestions.

NOTE: All library money & finance classes/programs will be free of charge to our patrons.

Please rate the following finance-related class/programs with the likelihood that you would attend should they be offered at Richland Community Library.
Tax-related topics.
College planning: a focus on student-centric preparation.
Medicare: understanding your coverage and choices.
Healthcare: unlocking the mystery of health insurance and healthcare costs, and what you can do as a consumer to reduce your out-of-pocket healthcare costs.
Managing a major, unplanned life event, e.g., divorce, death of a spouse or parent. What to know, what to do, and how to plan ahead.
Long-term care: solutions and preparation that don't involve costly insurance.
Basic Investing: a basic overview of public-traded securities, e.g., stocks, bonds, mutual funds, and ETFs, and the markets in which they trade.
Intermediate Investing: a highly-interactive workshop with a specially-trained instructor who will assist the group in using generally-accepted principles of investing to develop investment portfolios based on three example investment profiles.
Do you have a suggestion of a topic you do not see listed above? Please let us know!
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