General Treasurer Gina M. Raimondo announced the extension of her Smart Money Tour to help provide financial security to Rhode Islanders. As part of this tour, Treasury visits locales such as farmers markets and senior centers to help people find their unclaimed property and raise awareness about the importance of personal financial management.
At each event, volunteers from the Rhode Island Financial Coaching Corps, an Empower RI program in partnership with the Capital Good Fund, are available to talk to Rhode Islanders about how to improve their credit, build a budget and manage debt. Attendees will have the opportunity to sign up to become a coach or receive free financial coaching at a later date.
The Smart Money Tour has visited four senior centers and five farmers markets throughout Rhode Island and reached more than 120 people.
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