Duration: 1 hour
In times of economic volatility, such as the current downturn due to the coronavirus pandemic, many people begin to question whether they’re financially prepared and capable of managing their money well. Some may be figuring out how to budget for the first time, especially if they’re worried about losing their job. Others may find themselves trying to determine how to safeguard their savings, investments and other assets. Making these types of decisions requires a bit of financial know-how.
The purpose of this course is to help people manage their money better, proactively understand budgeting, self-planning and reactively to help people out of challenges that they may be facing through debt consolidation, counselling etc. It guides students through everything from managing debt to establishing a budget to understanding how credit works.
Key topics to be covered:
- How to protect your finances due to the impact of COVID
- How to deal with immediate challenges and at the same time budget for future plans
- How should you approach your debt strategy and budget planning process
This course can be supplemented with one on one financial planning and counselling with our certified financial planner. The cost for this would be separate and would be based on an hourly rate.
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone who wants to learn a realistic approach to handling money. No prior knowledge is required, making it a good option for beginners.
This course includes:
- 1 hour on-demand video
- Two articles
- Personal budgeting template
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile
- Certificate of completion