- Office of State Treasurer and Receiver General Deborah B. Goldberg
Media Contact for Treasurer Goldberg’s Office of Economic Empowerment Announces Fall Financial Literacy Events
Andrew Napolitano, Deputy Communications Director, Office of State Treasurer and Receiver General
BOSTON — The Office of Economic Empowerment (OEE) announced its Money Talk Tuesday schedule for the remainder of the year. These free virtual workshops provide Massachusetts residents with information and resources on a variety of personal finance topics like banking, credit and debt, investing, housing, and more.
Four events are scheduled throughout the fall season. These events will cover Attainable Accounts, planning for retirement, and homebuying in the current market. Anyone can register for these workshops below.
Attainable Accounts, September 6th: https://bit.ly/AttainableMTT
Planning for Retirement, October 18th: https://bit.ly/PlanningforRetirementMTT
These webinars will be broadcast live via Zoom and Facebook. For those that cannot make it to the live broadcast, OEE recommends to still register to receive a recording sent to their email. A playlist of previous Money Talk Tuesday recordings can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE5Azr1iEBjW-GIDs3SRrT4YImp5VVOMU
OEE created the Money Talk Tuesday program in 2020 to offer virtual events in light of the pandemic. Since then, OEE has hosted over 40 Money Talk Tuesdays. Visit OEE’s events page for a complete list of upcoming webinars and virtual events.
About the Office of Economic Empowerment
Treasurer Goldberg created the Office of Economic Empowerment (OEE) with the goal of increasing financial stability for everyone in Massachusetts. The office works to promote programs that serve women, families, high school students, Veterans, and seniors. Its initiatives focus on closing the race and gender wage gap, racial equity, increasing access to financial education, improving college affordability, and investing in STEM careers and education.