Gen Y: Time to get a grip on your finances with Bubbles, Beer & Budgeting
Gen Y has the world at its feet – but can it afford to make the most of the opportunities thrown its way?
In the age of avocado on toast and double shot soy lattes, it’s easy to get caught up in the now and ignore tomorrow. Gen Y’s pay is eaten up by rent, Myki, Netflix, phone plan, brunches and gym – it’s swallowed up by life, leaving nothing for the future.
But we’re here to help you (or your friends and family); to break down the steps to achieving the kind of freedom we all dream of as we navigate study, travel, work, relationships and . . . well, life!
Bubbles, Beer and Budgeting is kicking off for season 2017 and we’re looking for our next group of Gen Y/Millennials to hit with some #finspiration
Join us for a beer or a bubbles and get a grip on your financial future!
The workshops will cover:
- Financial basics of budgeting and cashflow management
- Different types of investments at a grassroots level
- Tools to help you achieve your savings goals
- Saving for your first home
All this at a cool venue, surrounded by like-minded movers and shakers in their 20s and 30s who want to make a go of their life.
You can choose from one of three dates; the content will be the same with different topics scheduled for later in the year.
- Thursday 20 April
- Tuesday 2 May
- Wednesday 7 June
Time: 6pm - 8pm
Where: Henry and the Fox, 525 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, VIC 3000
Price: $10, includes bubbles, beers, nibbles and take home workbook
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