By: Paige Mitchell New Pittsburgh Courier, July 30, 2015
The Urban League of Greater Pittsburgh’s Bank on Greater Pittsburgh, in partnership with Neighborhood Allies, held a free Financial Literacy Symposium from 8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at the Hosanna House in Wilkinsburg, on July 25. Read the full article here.
The event included a full agenda of informative sessions to aid people in managing their money.
“I know money can be a sensitive topic for a lot of people, because people don’t like to discuss what’s in their pockets and bank accounts,” attendee Tonya Garrett said, “But this event was enjoyable, because it focused on providing us with useful tips and knowledge of how to manage our income better regardless your yearly salary.”
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