Financial First Steps - Starting Out

Speaker: Westpac's Davidson Institute

Duration: Self-paced

Managing money is a skill that you’re never too young to start learning. Our Financial First Steps – Starting Out guide is for people just starting to manage their money for themselves.

Developing good money habits early in life will stand people in good stead for the rest of their life. 


The Financial First Steps – Starting Out guide:

  •          introduces the concept of setting goals and saving to achieve those goals.
  •          explores the ways in which money can be used.
  •          encourages making informed choices with money.
Leveraging your social purpose to manage workplace stress

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