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Patriot Bank is hosting a lively and informative panel discussion about the basics of money management. Since nearly half of all Americans lack these important skills, this will surely provide the tools you need to prepare for your financial success.
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Location has been moved to King School, Upper School Gymnasium. Note: please park adjacent at The Italian Center
Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas is presenting a free panel discussion for Financial Literacy Month on Thursday, April 27 at 7 p.m. at the Doles Center (250 S 6th Ave., Mt. Vernon, NY).
Financial experts will offer insights on saving for college, buying a car or house, and creating an emergency savings. Panelists will include Mt. Vernon Chamber of Commerce’s Rey Hollingworth and Patriot Bank VP – Commercial Banker Adam Ercoli. Additionally, a financial advisor will discuss financial/estate planning and a Mt. Vernon Police Department representative will discuss identify theft.
According to Patriot Bank’s new report Commitment to Financial Literacy, half of New Yorkers are not saving for the future and say it is difficult to pay their current bills and expenses. Additionally, 43% of parents have not set aside money for their children’s college education, as compared to 56% nationally, and 59% of adults in the Empire State are not saving for retirement.
Patriot Bank, N.A. is among the businesses and organizations supporting Mt. Vernon’s financial literacy education and outreach, as part of its new initiative to help local communities teach this critical skill.
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