Bank Magic Event Announcement

On  Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 11:15 am Mount Vernon Public Library is hosting TaxAssurances’ Founder Kolonji Murray  to talk about his book, “Bank Magic: Financial Literacy for Young People.”

In inviting him to present the library believes, “This program gives children sound advice about managing finances and they will learn some tools to prepare them for today and the world ahead tomorrow.”

In reflecting on the opportunity Mr. Murray commented that, “this is a great opportunity to return to my home library and give back a piece of what it has given me.”

The event is scheduled for 45 minutes.


About Mount Vernon Public Library

The mission of the Mount Vernon Public Library is to provide a safe, accessible facility where people, information, and ideas come together to enrich lives and build community, and where lifelong habits of learning, self-improvement and self-expression are championed. As the Central Library of Westchester, the Mount Vernon Public Library focuses on developing unique and current collections that build on technological advances, and serving the diversity of patrons throughout the county.

The Mount Vernon Public Library is guided by the following principles to achieve excellence: support for intellectual freedom, literacy promotion, respect for and inclusion of the entire community, fostering a healthy democracy, forming strong partnerships, adaptability, innovation, and a professional and skilled staff that serves people of all ages, interests and abilities with fairness and equality.

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An Excerpt from, “Bank Magic: Financial Literacy for Young People”

Here is an excerpt from, “Bank MagicFinancial Literacy for Young People,” written by TaxAssurances’ owner, Kolonji Murray. The full book can be purchased on Amazon for Kindle and in paperback.

“Your piggy bank can become your magic tool for saving money for all the special things you want. Using a piggy bank is a great way to start saving money. You can start by collecting your spare change and adding your coins to your piggy bank every day or every week. Pretty soon, you will have a nice collection of coins that you can put towards a future purchase. Ask your parent, guardian, or a trusted adult to allow you to open your piggy bank every month or so to count how much you have saved.

Joining a Money Club

You can create a larger piggy bank by starting a money club with a few friends or classmates. Creating a money club can go a long way in helping you understand how to earn, save, and invest money. You can plan monthly meetings to talk about your money plans and schedule time to go to a bank together.

Opening Up a Savings Account

Once you’ve filled a piggy bank (or two!), you can now open up a savings account. You can still use both your piggy bank and savings account. You can use your savings account to store money from your piggy bank, allowance, and birthday and holiday money. Once you start building your savings account, you can begin saving for a special purpose like a summer program or money toward your college savings fund.”

For more on TaxAssurances, check out our reviews, photos and links on Google Reviews.