BRUNSWICK — Curtis Memorial Library’s Money Works for Women program will conduct a program titled “Managing Credit and Debt,” featuring Leslie Linfield, executive director and founder of the Institute for Financial Literacy, at 5: 30 p.m. Wednesday.

“The program will focus on how to understand and manage credit and debt, and attendees will be guided by a workbook, written by Linfield, and given free to all who attend,” a library release states. “Linfield is a national authority on adult financial literacy education and consumer finance issues.”

A noted author, Linfield has published several books on personal finance, and regularly appears on television as a personal finance expert.

The Institute for Financial Literacy is a nonprofit organization dedicated to making “effective financial literacy education available to all American adults,” the release states.

The program is free and open to all. Refreshments will be served. For more information contact the grant program educator Ellen Hawkins at 725-5242 extension 216 or [email protected]

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