Knowledge-Based Valentine’s Gift!

Hallmark is busy reminding us that we have only 4 more days to buy a card before Valentine’s Day and Russell Stover is hoping we’ll buy his chocolates.  Before you rush out […]


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Money Matter$: Taxes for Beginners   Recently updated!

Money Matter$: Taxes for Beginners FREE event Wednesday, February 17, 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Hagler Auditorium, Building 2, Room 252 Breathe easy this tax season! Tax Day 2016 is approaching, and […]

FREE magazines at Library!

Happy New Year!  Was one of your New Year resolutions to be more careful with your finances?  The library can help!  This first 2016 “website of the Week” comes to you from […]


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Hot Topic: Quick Cash Schemes

This month’s topic is quick cash schemes… Payday loans, rent to own, car title loans…these are all considered PREDATORY LENDING practices. What does that mean? Basically, the companies that offer these “loans” are […]

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“Cooking on a Dime” Cookbook 2015

An area of your budget that has immediate savings potential is your food spending habits. On average, Americans spend about 9-12% of their income on food and beverages. Use this food calculator […]

College = Money in the Bank!

The economy may seem to be flat, and in many places, the cost of tuition keeps inching up. BUT, this doesn’t mean college isn’t worth it. The Federal Reserve of New York […]

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Student Online Scavenger Hunt!

Student Online Scavenger Hunt! We hope that you have been able to participate in this week’s Money Matter$ programming! If you have not please take a few minutes and complete our online […]

Money Matter$ Student Essay Contest

Money Matter$ Student Essay Contest Who: Any currently enrolled PSC student. What: Word-processed essay, 450-500 words. Share what you have learned about managing money that has been life-changing. When Friday, April 17, […]



Nickel and Dimed Book Panel at Pensacola

Pensacola – Nickel and Dimed Book Panel, Thursday, April 16, 12:30-1:45 p.m., Hagler Auditorium This discussion will shed light on some of the factors that affect the working poor as described in Barbara Ehrhenreich’s […]