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EBooks are electronic books. You can download ebooks through the library's wesbite. Visit our downloadable media page to learn more about the process. You can read ebooks on a variety of devices - you can read them off the computer, on a tablet (like iPad), an iPhone, on a smartphone (with Android), and of course, on most ereaders. Take books with you wherever you go!
This page from FINRA (the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority) takes you step-by-step through the process of getting ready to invest.
Also from FINRA, this page helps investors make smart choices by describing different types of investments, as well as their risks and benefits.
From the US Securities and Exchange Commission, this website provides tools like calculators, informational articles, glossaries and even news alerts. Start with introductory basics, like "Introduction to the Markets," or browse by "life events."
This comprehensive free financial site offers news, tools, updates as well as market coverage and statistics for all your investment knowledge needs.
New Resource - Online Personal Finance Lessons!
continuing education classes. With your library card, you can take up to 5 classes at a time. Register now to sign-up - you can begin at any time. You can take classes such as:
Budgeting and Saving 101
Credit Report and Repair
Retirement Planning 101
Personal Finance 101: How to Manage Your Money
And many more! To begin, select the link above. Create an account. Browse the "Finance" category and sign-up for a class.
Reference USA (now Data Axle Reference Services)
Reference USA is a comprehensive business directory. Use it to find business profiles for employers or search for banks, certified financial planners, or other finance professionals near you.
supplies the common forms you need, legal in Colorado, for actions like estate planning, trusts, and more.
The library offers free computer classes at five of our branches. Check this page for our schedule. Seats are limited - call 243-4442 to sign up.
Business Research Guide
A resource guide for entrepreneurs and small businesses.
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Reference Librarians are available by appointment for help with business, genealogy, health, local history, computer, book and author questions and more. Book an individualized 30 minute appointment.