Read these posts at ONEin3Money.org
All I want for Chanukah
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Last-Minute Shopping on a Budget
No Checks Please, We’re British
8 Tax Strategies to Consider Before 2010
NYE is almost here, what’s your favorite resolution? What should ours be? (One is to drive more dialogue!!!)
Comment away… esp if you’re the only one left working this week (ahem).
Happy 2010 ONEin3ers!
Giving back doesn’t have to end with the holidays… Volunteer in one of the Boston EITC Coalition’s asset building programs as a Credit Advising Volunteer or a Financial Coach!!
Trainings for both of these positions will start again at the beginning of January. For specific training dates, volunteer position descriptions, and much more please visit our website at www.bostontaxhelp.org or Jessica Cook at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6:00 – 8:00 pm
Tuesday, December 1, 2009
Artists for Humanity Epicenter
100 West 2nd Street, South Boston
To RSVP, click on the Wine Tasting form here: http://www.worldcupboston2010.org/
Head to ONEin3Money.org to read up on the best advice for young people and their dough:
The End of Credit Card Rip-offs?
How to Avoid Unnecessary Car Costs
Run Your Garage Sale like a Business
Viewer questions: Paying for LTC insurance and surprise bank fees
NECN: Building a successful job search
YAVA and ONEin3 Boston team up for a month of volunteering events!
We’ll be helping the Greater Boston Food Bank, Cradles to Crayons, Saturday’s Bread, and many more!
ONEin3 Boston serves the one-third of Boston’s population that is between the ages of 20 and 34, connecting Boston’s young adults with resources related to home buying, business development, professional networking, and civic engagement.
YAVA connects people in their 20’s and 30’s through one-time volunteer opportunities.
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a networking reception to follow
Ned Devine’s Faneuil Hall Marketplace
It’s never easy to make money by making art, but a recession poses particular challenges for the local artistic community. How are local galleries, theater companies and musicians adapting to today’s economic realities? In the last Real Talk for 2009, panelists from across the Bay State’s small artistic organizations talk about what works, what doesn’t, and what Massachusetts needs to do to keep the arts flourishing.
Click here to RSVP or call 617.742.6800 ext. 131.