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Empowering Employees Through Financial Literacy 🌟

Our latest resource, “Financial Literacy for Employees,” is designed to help everyone navigate the essentials of financial planning and understanding company benefits. πŸ’ΌπŸ’°

Whether you’re considering a job offer, and weighing up the package – or if you’re keen to re-negotiate your package in this guide, you’ll find valuable tips on:

Basics of Financial Planning and Management:
1. Create a Budget: Learn how to track your income and expenses, set financial goals, create a spending plan, and regularly review and adjust your budget.
Budgets don’t need to be boring – budget in your favourite coffee stop, a pair of shoes or your gym sessions that you can’t miss… also factor in a holiday!
2. Build an Emergency Fund: Discover steps to determine your needs, start small, automate savings, and keep your emergency fund accessible.

Understanding Company Benefits and Compensation Packages
1. Evaluate Your Package: Get insights into understanding your base pay, bonuses, and how to negotiate effectively.
2. Maximise Your Employee Benefits: Tailored for Australians, this section covers workplace benefits, superannuation, paid time off, and additional benefits. (For our USA followers, we have included relevant details on 401(k), health & dental packages, and PTO).

As someone who loves to read and further my knowledge, I often listen to relevant podcasts to stay informed and inspired. Some of my favourites are:

  • “Happy Sexy Millionaire” by Steven Bartlett – A thought-provoking book that challenges conventional ideas of success and happiness, offering insights on achieving true wealth, fulfilment, and well-being through mindset shifts and authentic living.
  • “Rich Dad Poor Dad” – A classic that contrasts the financial philosophies of Kiyosaki’s “rich dad” and “poor dad,” emphasising the importance of financial education and investing.
  • “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko. This book reveals surprising truths about wealth-building and the behaviours that lead to financial success.
  • “Get Rich, Lucky Bitch!” by Denise Duffield-Thomas – A motivational guide for women to overcome financial blocks, shift their money mindset, and manifest wealth through practical strategies and empowering advice.

Financial growth is there for the taking, no matter what stage you’re in, and it’s never to early or late to learn πŸŒ±πŸ“ˆ

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