Category Archives: Money

Why It’s Important to Talk to Your Spouse/Partner about Money

(This is a guest post by Reginald Garth, Operation HOPE Financial Wellbeing Coach) You and your spouse or partner may not always agree on how to spend money. But it is important to work together for mutual benefit. Why is it important to talk to your spouse/partner about money? Because financial savings also translates to relationship savings. When you…

Small Business Majority and OFE to Host Women’s Entrepreneurship Seminar in October

October is National Women’s Small Business Month, and we are teaming up with the Small Business Majority to celebrate with a host of in-person presentations, workshops and networking opportunities for women entrepreneurs. This month-long celebration will launch on Oct. 1 at the St. Louis Public Library Central Branch. Treasurer Jones will headline the event, which will also…

Your Money, Your Goals

We are now offering financial education classes for the parents, grandparents and guardians of our College Kids. These classes incorporate the Your Money, Your Goals curriculum from the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. Each month focuses on a different financial topic. This month, participants learned about goal setting and planning for large purchases. Next month’s class…