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Managing My Money

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Managing My Money
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     Upon the completion of the Managing My Money Course you will be able to:

    •  set up and use a budget effectively and easily
    •  plan your financial goals
    • know the small steps that can take you towards your goals
    • understand the difference between good debt and bad debt, and how to avoid the problems caused by the bad debt

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    Will Brambley

    Will Brambley15 February 2018 9:57

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    Mel Gregory

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    Mel Gregory4 December 2017 10:17

    A lot of this content was already familiar to me but it was good to read it as a refresher. I already have experience with IVA/Debt etc so I didnt find much of it helpful. For someone in a lot of financial difficulty this could be useful for them. I already have a savings account but its with a credit union as its not as easily accessible as a bank.


    Managing my Money

    PETER BROWN14 November 2017 8:20

    Very useful as breaks down topics into sections. Helps to prioritise debts/incomes to become more manageable. Piece on mortgages very well written and presented. Does assume that you have access to PC and internet and a certain level of comp. literacy. Would like to have seen examples of interest charges from various sources such as banks/credit unions/payday lenders etc. Difference between simple and compound interest not explained.

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