April is Financial Literacy Month, and whether you’re looking to brush up on accounting skills, plan your personal finances, or explore investments, the Anderson County Library has the resources to help – all available free with your library card.
Universal Class provides online, self-paced classes on hundreds of topics, including:
- Accounting and Bookkeeping 101
- Debt Reduction
- Estate Planning
- Goal Setting 101
- Google Docs, Sheets, and Slides
- Habits of Millionaires
- Investing 101 & 201
- Microsoft Access 2019
- Microsoft Excel 2019
- Personal Finance 101
- QuickBooks 101
- Retirement Planning
The Great Courses has hundreds of popular courses on a wide range of subjects taught by the world’s greatest professors. Using the Libby app, check out a week pass for unlimited views. When the week is up, you can always check it out again. Lectures relating to financial literacy include:
- Economics of Uncertainty
- Money Management Skills
- The Art of Investing
- Understanding Investments
For those looking for the latest data, sophisticated tools, and reliable, unbiased information, Value Line is the investment research tool to use. Value Line provides how-to guides, education tools, and market research for beginner and veteran investors.
For help with these or any library resources, contact the Adult Services department by calling (864) 260-4500 ext. 126 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.