Learning to improve your household finances

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Disagreements about money usually have very little to do with money – it’s more to do with control, security, self-esteem, and love.

If you’re like most people, you probably have your own unique story about money playing out in your mind. And it’s no secret that for many people that story isn’t positive.

 

The really good news, though, is that you can change your story.

 

Helen has 15 years experience as a finance professional, which means that you can be rest assured your finances are in good hands. Her unique tailored program guarantees you’ll break free from your bad financial habits – forever.
“Helen’s knowledge in the finance field is invaluable and along with her genuine and caring nature, we felt totally at ease in discussing our personal financial situation. We are now on the right path to financial freedom.”
The Robertson’s – Western Australia.

 

The most common problem is that people think they need more money. Quite simply – all you need is a plan. In fact, ABS figures show the average Australian household spends 116% of their income.

 

Look at it this way, you could run out and buy self-help books, and there are plenty of good ones to choose from, but you’ve probably been down that track before. Most people need guidance and that is what Helen will provide at our community event.

 


 

Want to learn more?

Register your interest to attend our event on 17 Feb 2016: Re Energising Women To Re-Enter The Workforce

    Blog article written by Helen Devereaux
    My Budget Trainer: http://mybudgettrainer.com.au/
    Speaker at our project: Re-Energising Women To Re-Enter The Workforce
    Presentation Topic: Budgeting
    17 Feb 2016 @ The Rise in Maylands

    Re-energising women - speaker - HELEN DEVERAUX

    Re-energising women – speaker – HELEN DEVERAUX (**LINK TO SPEAKER PROFILE PAGE**)

    Check out our list of speakers for this event
    http://www.wildc.com.au/project-speakers/

     

     

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    Author: Ruth O'Dwyer