According to the “Know Your Numbers Index” in 2018, 86% of the Australian population don’t know how much money they are spending every month and 82% don’t know what their mortgage rate is. The most common reason given for this is that people feel overwhelmed, stating that it’s too hard to calculate the expenditure.
Furthermore, research has found that 59% of Australians admit their current financial situation causes them stress or loss of sleep and nearly half of millennials (44%) report constantly worrying about their financial future. In the UK, it has been estimated that one third of Britons do not manage their money. Roughly 10 million people have little understanding of their expenditure or savings and a large number of these do not have a budget.
This course shows the simplicity of creating a budget and the benefits of paying attention to one’s money and how this can impact all aspects of one’s life in a very positive way.
“Understand money on a deeper, more holistic level.”
In this course participants are supported to identify the benefits and to overcome the barriers to bringing more awareness to money, income, expenditure, budgets, purpose and responsibility with money. The course will support participants to create or refine a budget in a simple, fun and rewarding way.
Budgets, Money and You is a live webinar workshop delivered over two sessions.
Saturday 14 August, 3pm – 4.30pm
Saturday 28 August, 3pm – 4.30pm
$40 for the course
This course is for everyone interested in creating a budget and the benefits of paying attention to one’s money and how this can impact all aspects of one’s life in a very positive way. A basic understanding of Microsoft Excel is required, however other equivalent software can be used.
DISCLAIMER: This presentation is not intended as legal, financial or investment advice and should not be construed or relied on as such. Before making any commitment of a legal or financial nature you should seek advice from a qualified and registered professional practitioner whether legal, financial or an investment adviser.