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Does the library have any information about personal finance? I'm interested in managing my own money better.

Last Updated: May 15, 2015  |  47 Views
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Yes! We have many books about investing, saving & budgeting, managing debt, and more. Use the Library Catalog to find books about personal finance.

We also subscribe to magazines such as Money, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Fortune and more. You'll find them in the periodicals reading room on the lower level of Pius Library.

Finally, you may be interested in using Standard & Poor's NetAdvantage, which has great information for investors - it includes educational information & interactive charts to help get you familiar with the basics, professional analyst stock recommendations, mutual fund screening tools, and more.

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