6 Week Money Management Course

What are you currently spending your money on?

Let's go back to economics 101. You have basic needs and you have wants, and money helps you get there.

You need $500 to pay rent or mortgage next week.
You want $269 to fly to Sydney for a long weekend to visit a friend.

Are you getting what you NEED from your money, what else do you WANT, and how will you get there?

Our free 6 Week Money Management Course is designed to get you thinking about your financial future and give you the proven strategies to take control of your money.

We'll send you a new email each week with some simple tasks to complete and further reading.

Can you really afford NOT to?

COURSE OUTLINE:

• Week 1 - What's the real value of your money?
• Week 2 - Your financial snapshot
• Week 3 - STOP spending money - what can you afford to go without?
• Week 4 - Creating your spending plan
• Week 5 - Easy ways to boost your cashflow
• Week 6 - Getting REALLY smart with your savings!

The key to our course is that it's easy, it won't take up much of your time, and most importantly it will build up good habits. Just commit to thinking about your finances once a week and get yourself set up NOW for a stress-free and financially secure future.

If not now, then WHEN? When will you finally get real about your money? Start with week one and see how you go!

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Sign Up for our free 6 Week Money Management Course

today tonight and acc logoScott Parry is one of Australia's leading financial entrepreneurs, helping everyday Australians achieve a debt-free lifestyle. His unique cashflow management program, Crown Money Management, has been featured on Today Tonight, A Current Affair, and in various media publications. He was named as one of INTHEBLACK's Young Business Leaders of 2013 for his commercial and philanthropic efforts in Australia. Scott is a passionate supporter of Starlight Foundation, RSPCA, Bravehearts Foundation and Awareness Cambodia.

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