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Gale Virtual Reference Library

A tour through the Gale Virtual Reference Library e-resources.

Announcing the Wall Street Journal

Comprehensive coverage of the Wall Street Journal, the world's leading financial newspaper, from 1984 to the present.

We have eMagazines!

Your favorite magazines are online and free with your SCCLD library card.

Marty Nemko Discusses College and Career Choices @ Saratoga Library

Join career coach Dr. Marty Nemko for a discussion on the cost and value of a college education and underrated, overrated, and under-the-radar careers on Saturday, April 15, 3 pm.

Thinking Money! April 1 - May 1, 2017

Bring your family to Saratoga Library for a Financial Exploration!

The best website to order a free credit report is…

There is one and only one website authorized to fill orders for the free annual credit report you are entitled to under law. It is ...

Business Plans Handbook

Have you ever thought of starting an Agricultural Drone Service?  How about a 3-D Property Imaging  business?  Well, if you ever change your mind, Business Plans Handbook has you covered!

"File and Suspend" Option for Social Security Ending Soon

The Social Security claiming strategy known as “file and suspend”  is coming to an end for most. HOWEVER, if you are age 66 or older before the new rules take effect on April 30, you may still be able to take advantage of the combined file-and-suspend and spousal/dependent filing...

The Sexagenarian Checklist

Embrace your sexagenarian years! The sixth decade of life marks major transitions. Here are some things to keep in mind.

Affording College

About two-thirds of full-time undergraduate college students receive some type of financial aid in the form of grants, scholarships, loans or work-study. These resources can help you sort out financial aid options and college affordability.. 

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