Source: The Guardian UK Debt Crisis, Bank of England September 2017
The CIPD believes that helping people to navigate their financial well-being means that financial concerns are kept to a minimum and employees can focus on the work that brings them personal fulfilment. Alongside a physical well-being strategy. They have laid down seven key initiatives to meet this, one of which is financial education.
The presentation is based on the 5-Steps Warren covers in his book “The Money Plan”, which in summary are;
Step 1 – Know what it is you want; how to clarify your outcome.
Step 2 – Get financially well organised; from personal banking, to children’s pocket money.
Step 3 – Review your financial foundations and have a plan; 3 essential points, 5 optional.
Step 4 – Repay your unsecured debt fast; using the snowball effect.
Step 5 – Investment; how to intelligently secure your retirement income.
At present, we are offering this inspirational and engaging presentation at no cost. This is because Warren is passionate about promoting better financial organisation throughout the UK, so that people can learn the basics of good money management without needing a financial advisor.
However in order to benefit from this Warren requires a minimum number of attendees of 20, and it must be optional to attend.
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Alternatively you can contact warren at warren@warrenshute or 07834 706 287 to talk about presenting options.