1. Financial Empowerment Day | TOMORROW →

    If the stock market leaves you stumped or your credit cards are in chaos from debt, visit the Business Library tomorrow. At Financial Empowerment Day anyone can stop by and learn more about how to make their money work for them. Even better, we’ll have experts on hand to help answer questions and one-one-one sessions scheduled throughout the day (those fill up fast, so come early!)

  2. This intriguing snapshot is brought to you by NYPL’s Manuscripts and Archives Division, home of the Library’s 1939 World’s Fair Collection. For those who might not be able to make out the image above, our digital gallery states “National Cash Register building - Men trying to get a monkey down from giant cash register.” 
We don’t know why there was a monkey climbing the National Cash Register building. What we do know is this… 
Do not monkey around with your finances! This Friday, stop by SIBL on 34th and Madison for Financial Planning Day. It’s all day (starting at 11) and it’s FREE.

    This intriguing snapshot is brought to you by NYPL’s Manuscripts and Archives Division, home of the Library’s 1939 World’s Fair Collection. For those who might not be able to make out the image above, our digital gallery states “National Cash Register building - Men trying to get a monkey down from giant cash register.”

    We don’t know why there was a monkey climbing the National Cash Register building. What we do know is this… 

    Do not monkey around with your finances! This Friday, stop by SIBL on 34th and Madison for Financial Planning Day. It’s all day (starting at 11) and it’s FREE.

  3. We’ve decided to liven things up for this week’s flashback Friday and have a little stereogranimation via NYPL’s stereogranimator. Today’s image shows men and women hard at work making paper money at the Treasury (circa turn of the 20th Century)
Admittedly, we have a reason for sharing this image with you. Tomorrow, stop by the Science, Industry and Business Library on 34th Street and Madison Avenue. Between 11-6, you can take charge of your own money and learn from the experts at NYPL’s semi-annual Financial Empowerment Day. You may not be able to make your own money, but you can learn more about how to make it work for you.
Happy Friday!

    We’ve decided to liven things up for this week’s flashback Friday and have a little stereogranimation via NYPL’s stereogranimator. Today’s image shows men and women hard at work making paper money at the Treasury (circa turn of the 20th Century)

    Admittedly, we have a reason for sharing this image with you. Tomorrow, stop by the Science, Industry and Business Library on 34th Street and Madison Avenue. Between 11-6, you can take charge of your own money and learn from the experts at NYPL’s semi-annual Financial Empowerment Day. You may not be able to make your own money, but you can learn more about how to make it work for you.

    Happy Friday!

  4. Resolutions R Us

    Managing debt and saving money are two of the most popular New Year’s resolutions according to the US Government and NYPL is here to help you stay on the road to financial stability in 2012.

    Just a few of the programs offered throughout the library include:

    Budget - Key to improving your financial security is setting a budget and having financial goals. Visit our branches and learn the basics of financial planning.

    Planning for Retirement - if you start early, you can retire in style and enjoy your golden years. Don’t put off today where you want to be tomorrow!

    College Planning - Whether you’ve started school or are considering a degree, our classes will help you pay your way.

    Debt - If your debt is worrisome and causing you anxiety, visit the Science, Industry, and Business Library for credit crisis counseling, where a sensitive, expert adviser will arm you with the knowledge you need to pay down your debt.

    Questions - Whatever your questions or concerns, the Library hosts free hourly sessions with financial advisers to manage your money and keep you in the green.

    … and there’s so much more! Click here to review all the programs we have to offer and enjoy 2012!