Better Money Management: FREE regional workshop – Register today so you don’t miss out!

Better Money Management

Want to take time out to focus on your money and make it work harder for you?

Join us for a free half day workshop designed to give you the information and the support you need to start managing your money better.

The workshop will:

  • Give you an understanding of the basic asset classes – cash, shares, property
  • Give you an overview of reducing risk, diversification, and dollar cost averaging
  • Provide ways to build your financial nest egg
  • Allow you to document clear life and financial goals and work on a practical, personal long term plan and action chart for the next 12 months
  • Provide you with the tools to lay solid financial foundations: learn how managing your long term saving and investing can help you achieve what you want to do in your life
  • Help you understand where you can go for more information  and further development


Workshop details:

When:    Saturday August 29, 2015

Where: Young Services Club, Cloete Street

Time:     10:00am – 4:00pm

RSVP:     Click here to register to attend

Support from qualified financial experts

Local experts will give you guidance on money matters and how they can help you, as well as be on hand to answer your specific questions.

  • Rebecca Metuisela  Member Education Manager, HESTA, NSW Regional
  • Catherine Chalker, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER®, ASB Financial Services
  • Vanessa Gibson, Partner, Gordon Garling Moffitt Lawyers
  • Tom O’Brien, Certified Practising Accountant, Young Taxation
  • Justine Back, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER®, Back to Back Financial Planning

Who can attend?

You might be a small–medium business owner/partner, an employee, a stay at home mum.  You might work in agribusiness, manufacturing, tourism, health, government, professional services or retail.  You might work part time, downsizing and thinking ahead to retirement.  This workshop is for any woman who wants to improve her money management.

About nswrwn

NSW Rural Women’s Network is a government program working in innovative ways to promote leadership and action on rural women’s issues. The RWN team is dedicated to connecting and exchanging information with women and stakeholders in rural, regional and remote communities.
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