Want to research a product before you make the big purchase? Consumer Reports is a great place to start and your SCPL library card gives you online access to articles from that publication.
You’ll want to start at the libraries’ home page–spartanburglibraries.org. Next click on “Go to Research” and select MasterFILE Premier. From here you can search for product reviews from Consumer Reports, as well as other magazines.
And give us a call at 596-3505 if you need assistance in your search.
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Need help filing your income taxes? Two groups are providing free assistance to those meeting certain requirements. Call Impact America at 844-448-2972 or VITA at 864-582-2975 to make an appointment.
This workshop is for small business owners who want to connect with the counseling, capital and contracting resources of the Federal Government. Representatives from area lending institutions will be present to provide overviews of their programs. Free, but call Beth Smith at 592-6318 to register. Sponsored by the Spartanburg Small Business Development Center.
Wednesday, March 1
9:00am to noon
Headquarters Library–151 S Church St.
The Spartanburg Small Business Development Center (SBDC) is pleased to host the “Federal & State Tax Workshop for Small Business.”
The workshop will be held at the Spartanburg Community College Tyger River Campus, located at 1875 East Main Street in Duncan, on Wednesday, February 15, 2017 from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm in Room 354A.
Please register online at: http://www.clemson.edu/centers-institutes/sbdc/events.html
This workshop is free. Seating is limited to 25. For more information, please contact Beth Smith at the Spartanburg Small Business Development Center via e-mail: email@example.com or by telephone at 864.592.6318.
Did you know your SCPL library card gives you free access to the New York Times online?
After reviewing lists of New Year’s resolutions from popular financial magazines and blogs, one that frequently pops up is checking your credit report. It’s not uncommon to find errors from one or more of the three credit reporting agencies, meaning if you’re not looking, an error could be damaging your credit score.
Even though you see numerous ones advertised as “free”, the only source for your free credit reports as authorized by Federal Law is http://www.annualcreditreport.com. You can get a free copy of your credit report every 12 months from each credit reporting company (Experian, Equifax, and Transunion).
So add this to your list of things to do!