Learn how to be a smart money manager at any age. From spending and saving concepts as a child, to college and early investment topics as a teen and young adult, to more advanced personal finance workshops later in life—stay tuned for a variety of money topics at the library. Besides programs, the Dakota County Library has additional resources available. Find additional resources.
Programs for Making It Last
When Can I Retire
Take steps now to help you retire comfortably later. Find out how to set retirement goals, project income and expenses, allocate assets for investment and develop a personal financial and investment plan. Registration is required, fill out a form at the Park and Recreation Office or call 651-450-2469.
Tuesday, April 30, 6:30–8 p.m.
Inver Grove Heights Senior Center at Veterans Memorial Community Center
The Know Your Money program series offers free, downloadable e-publications that can be read on e-readers. See what publications are available.
- Big Retirement Risk, The (2012) by Erin Botsford
- Borrow: The American Way of Debt (2012) by Louis Hyman
- Dollars and Uncommon Sense: Basic Training for Your Money (2012) by Steve Repak
- Investment Mistakes Even Smart Investors Make and How to Avoid Them (2011) by Larry E. Swedroe
- Money Rules: The Simple Path to Lifelong Security (2012) by Jean Chatzky
- No One Ever Told Us That: Money and Life Letters to My Grandchildren (2012) by John D. Spooner
- Saving for Retirement (Without Living Like a Pauper or Winning the Lottery) (Revised 2012) by Gail MarksJarvis (2013 EIFLE award-winner)
- Securing Your Financial Future: Complete Personal Finance for Beginners (2012) by Chris Smith
- Seven Pearls of Financial Wisdom, The (2012) by Carol Pepper and Camilla Webster
- Social Security, Medicare and Government Pensions (2012) by J. L. Matthews
- Unwritten Laws of Finance and Investment, The (2011) by Robert Cole