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.
Finding your voice.
LIVE - 06 Dec

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Finding your voice.

Felicity Duffy Head of Women's Markets Westpac

Do you ever feel that your voice, opinion, and ideas go unnoticed or ignored? As Ruby Connection celebrates the stories from 200 women around the world in The Listening Ground podcast we also want to help you unlock your voice, tell your story, and ensure that your contribution is not overlooked. Join Westpac’s Head of Women’s Markets Felicity Duffy in conversation with Lucy Cornell and learn why you have the adult voice you have and how you can unlock your lost voices.

Solving the cash flow conundrum.
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Solving the cash flow conundrum.

Westpac's Davidson Institute

Want to learn to make the most of your cash flow? Or how to find cash that’s hidden in your business? Then join our free webinar where you’ll learn simple ways to monitor and plan for cash flow success. Plus, you’ll discover top tips to help you improve your cash flow.

Good money management.
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Good money management.

Westpac is committed to providing quality information and education about money to help women and girls enjoy financial confidence and independence.