If you’re feeling the pinch with the cost-of-living and energy increases and want to take control of your finances, join this financial wellbeing workshop to help you feel more confident with your money.
The session covers topics such as:
- financial resilience and the cost of living crisis,
- budgeting and keeping track,
- credit, borrowing and debt,
- savings and investments,
- making your money go further
- how to access free, credible support.
The workshop will be run by The Money Charity. The tone of the sessions are upbeat and non-judgemental, making no assumptions about attendees’ knowledge and ability. The charity is independent and impartial, meaning they never endorse or promote any specific financial products during their sessions or give any specific individual financial advice. Everyone attending will truly be empowered to make the best financial decisions for themselves and their families.
For over 25 years, The Money Charity has been helping people from all walks of life to take control of their finances, become financially capable. The charity provides education, information, advice and guidance to people of all ages, helping them to manage their money well and increase their Financial Wellbeing.
This event is part of Better You, our wellbeing programme to help you start the new year with a spring in your step. January is the perfect time to try new activities and hone your skills, and Better You is here to help you do just that. Our series of free activities aims to have something for everyone, and we’d love you to sign up to other events!