Tue, 20 Jun|
Zoom@Noon - What does it mean to 'Manage Your Money'?
With the cost of living creeping ever upwards, let Sean Bruen shed some light on Making the Most of Your Money in this timely and helpful session.
Time & Location
20 Jun 2023, 12:00 – 13:00
About the Event
Their aim then is the same as it is today – to making Financial Advice & Support accessible, and secure the Kith & Kin of families all across the United Kingdom.
With banks closing local branches it was clear that if people in the community needed to receive financial help and advice, their options were limited to using Commercial Financial Advisors.
At Kith & Kin, they aim to ensure employers are fulfilling their duty of care, going beyond simple financial reward, and prioritising financial wellbeing. By offering a range of services to employers, they can reach a wide number of individuals across our communities, and challenge the impact of financial stress, poor cash management & poverty.
Moreover, as a registered Social Enterprise, their impact goes beyond challenging Financial Stress. Profit is reinvested into the business, and used then to create Social Value in the community.
Using their profits to deliver programmes to schools, young people & community groups, ensuring those who need financial advice the most are able to access it.Financial wellbeing is the biggest concern for everyone right now 77% of employees experience financial worries that affect productivity 80% of employees look to their employer for sound financial support 19% of employees will leave in 12 months if the cost of living crisis worsens
Making the Most of your Money supports employees with financial tips, advice, and actionable activities to support their Financial Health. Your team will hear from an expert Financial Advisor, giving advice on savings, credit, debt, mortgages, sickness and benefits, and wills and trusts. Throughout the session, your team will learn new skills that they can take away and action in their day-to-day lives to save money.
Ultimately, by putting skills in to practice, staff will find themselves with additional disposable income, lifting some of the Financial Pressure and improving their concentration.