April 10-17 is Money Smart Weeka national public education program that empowers people with the knowledge and skills to make better-informed personal financial decisions around the key financial pillars of saving, spending, borrowing, and planning. Here is a list of resources from Spokane Public Library 



Know Yourself, Know Your Money: discover why you handle money the way you do, and what to do about it! by Rachel Cruze


The Price You Pay for College: an entirely new road map for the biggest financial decision your family will ever make by Ron Lieber


Personal Finance 101: from saving and investing to taxes and loans, an essential primer on personal finance by Alfred Mill


The Ultimate Retirement Guide for 50+: winning strategies to make your money last a lifetime by Suze Orman


The Buy Nothing, Get Everything Plan: discover the joy of spending less, sharing more, and living generously by Liesl Clark


How to Make Your Money Last: the indispensable retirement guide by Jane Bryant Quinn


10,001 ways to live large on a small budget 


Get Money : live the life you want, not just the life you can afford by Kristin Wong


The Financial Diet: a total beginner’s guide to getting good with money by Chelsea Fagan


Also available at  

Digital Branch Subscription Databases: Linkedin Learning, Gale Presents: Udemy, Morningstar Investment Research Center, and Teen Resource Center all have information on financial literacy.  

Magazine and Newspaper Resources: Full text articles from popular and business-related magazines and journals.   

From our Ask a Money Doctor series about Social Security benefits featuring Bonita Bell-Andersen of Freedom Financial Coaching 

When to Claim Social Security Benefits 

Qualifying for Social Security 

How COLA Affects Your Benefits 

Spousal Benefits 

Working While Receiving Social Security Benefits  

Financial Literacy Workshops are also available from Spokane Teachers Credit Union