The Kent County Public Library will offer residents a chance to pick up tips on saving with the Delaware Money School. Classes will be held at 6 p.m. Mondays, March 2, 9 and 16.


The Kent County Public Library will offer residents a chance to pick up tips on saving with the Delaware Money School. Classes will be held at 6 p.m. Mondays, March 2, 9 and 16.

Instructor Matthew Thomas will teach attendees at the March 2 class, Family Matters with Long-Term Care, to understand the common funding options to provide high-quality, long-term care. It also explains how LTC insurance can play a role in preserving assets.

The second class, March 9, is titled Right on the Money: Creating a Monthly Budget. Instructor Joanna Daneman will teach the benefits and fundamentals of budgeting and show people the tools to create a budget. Students also will learn how to use their budget to build a portfolio, control taxes and manage risks. This class will be most beneficial to people who are interested in getting a start in budgeting and investing.

Finally, the March 16 class is titled Getting out of Debt, and Keeping it in Check. Instructor Alisha Thompson-Adams will go over concepts of getting out of debt and ways to accelerate debt reduction. Budgeting to get out of debt as well as creating an overall plan to get out of debt will be discussed.

The Delaware Money School, the signature program of the nonprofit Delaware Financial Institute, offers more than 500 free, no-hassle personal finance classes a year.

To pre-register or for more information, call 866-785-0232.