Financial First Steps - Working Out

Financial First Steps - Working Out

Speaker: Westpac's Davidson Institute

Duration: Self-paced.

Managing money is a skill that you’re never too young or too old to start learning. Our Financial First Steps – Working Out guide is for people getting into the workforce and learning how to manage their income.

A big milestone for many people is getting their first job, but with that comes the added responsibility of managing the income they’re now earning.  Understanding work entitlements and getting into good money habits will help make the most of the opportunities that working presents.

The Financial First Steps – Working Out guide:

  •         explores the ins and outs of getting paid.
  •         encourages having  a plan for spending and saving.
  •         introduces financial products to help manage money.

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