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Peruse our financial databases, eGuides, books and apps using this resource to obtain valuable investment information. Or, attend one of our financial classes on topics such as starting your own business.
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Library Books

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Building Wealth
Learn how to create financial security by building your wealth. These titles can teach you how to save money, invest your money, and get the most out of your money.

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Children and Money
Teach your children how to handle money matters with these books from our collection.

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Estate Planning
Use these books to find answers to your questions about creating a trust, will, or your estate.

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Personal Finance
Create your American dream or just stabilize your financial picture with our recent Personal Finance books. These items have information for every age group.

 

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Databases

  • Business Insights: Essentials  Icon  Icon
    This database will help you find company profiles, news articles, and product information for over 300,000 different companies.
  • General BusinessFile ASAP  Icon  Icon
    Read articles, abstracts, and reference material from 800 business related publications like The Wall Street Journal and New York Times.
  • Morningstar Investment Research Center  Icon  Icon
    Look up your favorite stocks, research the latest stock ratings, and find out what companies your mutual fund invests in with this easy to use database.
  • Value Line Research Center  Icon
    ValueLine offers access to their stock, option, mutual fund and convertible surveys. Use ValueLine's rankings, quotes and commentary to help you decide what companies you should invest in. ValueLine creates their ratings for investments using only the operating numbers of the underlying company or companies.

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