Learn ways to stay financially fit during Money Smart Week – April 10-17!
Lackawanna County Libraries are hosting several financial events like a Financial Planning Workshop for Teens and a Financial Aid / Scholarship Workshop. All events are free to attend. Check with your library to find out whether events will be held in-person or virtually.
Did you know that your library card gives you access to several online resources to help you save money and plan for retirement? Check them out from the comfort of home or on the go.
Find up-to-date information for investors about stocks, mutual funds, and other investment options, with help and education for the private investor.
Use this database to conduct job searches, look for sales leads, find business contact information, analyze competitors, and more.
Use this resource to find definitions, legal documents, and forms to help you with filing taxes, creating a will, real estate prices, and estate planning.
Provides up-to-date information on thousands of Grantmakers and Foundations across the U.S. Simplify your search for funding for your charity or nonprofit. Each Grantmaker or Foundation profile includes application requirements, deadlines, and contact information. Access remotely by logging into your LCLS account or visit the Albright Memorial Library in Scranton to use this resource on a computer.