come to our money matters webinar
Need a helping hand when it comes to your cashola? We're hosting an interactive finance webinar!
Have you ever wished you spent a little less time in school learning how to solve for x, and a little more time learning how to manage your cashflow? Dealing with your dosh can be pretty tricky, especially during tough economic times. You might be worried about paying off a loan, re-working your day-to-day spending or saving for a post-COVID visit to see your extended family and friends. Plus, it’s handy to have a simple refresher on how the economy affects you and your bank account.
We're hosting a ‘money matters’ webinar – a friendly, chatty, non-judgy introduction to financial literacy. Since we had to cancel our last ‘money matters’ workshop in Melbourne at the on-set of the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve decided to take it online. Think finance 101, but without the fluoro lights and droning lecturers.
Led by finance whiz and social justice campaigner Nevena Spirovska, this webinar will teach the basics of grown-up money stuff like budgeting, super, compound interest, assets and ethical investing (it’s a lot less scary than it sounds, promise!). You’ll also delve a little deeper into your personal and ethical relationship with your moolah.
Nevena will host the workshop via live Zoom webinar, which we’ll email to you after the session is over (so you can watch it anytime you need a refresher). Tickets are limited, so pop over here to score one, quicksticks! Here are the details:
WHEN: 6-8pm, Wednesday, July 22nd
PRICE: $10. Ticket price includes entry to the live Zoom webinar, which we’ll also record and email to you when the session is over.
'money' matters is brought to you by ‘school of frankie’, our guide to all the tricky stuff you wish you'd learnt in school. It was created in partnership with our pals at Bank Australia – a customer-owned bank creating a positive impact for people and the planet by investing in the good stuff, like not-for-profits and renewable energy. Pop over to learn more about their commitment to the clean money movement.