What kind of financial information do you need?
Some financial resources, online and in book form, offer basic overviews of important money topics like working with a budget, applying for a loan, or planning for retirement. Others are geared toward investors, and still others focus on economics in the wider world.
Below are some tips and tools to find reliable information online and in print. You will also find related information in our subjects guides on Business, Careers and Jobs, and Consumer Info. And don't miss the online courses Personal Finance 101 and Investing 101, free with with your library card at Universal Class.
Online information to access right now:
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Information in books to pick up at the library:
Try these searches on money and investing in the Catamount Library Network Catalog. If you find a title at Brooks Memorial that you want us to put aside for you, give us a call at (802) 254-5290. You can also place holds on items at our partner libraries in the network and pick them up at Brooks when they arrive. See our Catalog Help page for details, or Ask a Librarian.