Manage Your Money Training

Manage Your Money Training from East Sussex Credit Union

By: East Sussex Credit Union  05/02/2014
Keywords: Saving, credit union

We are now able to offer residents of East Sussex the following FREE training. Duration: 2.5 hours per session. These short sessions give an introduction to budgeting and money management. Course contains Universal Credit and welfare reform – what does this mean? The importance of budgeting – completing a budget sheet The importance of managing money – identifying strengths and weaknesses The importance of prioritising bills Knowing the difference between wants and needs Finding ways to make money go further - smart shopping and cooking Keeping track of spending If you believe that you could benefit from attending one of these courses, then please email us at [email protected] or visit our website at

Keywords: credit union, Saving

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