About the Workshop

Financial Literacy is an important element of life and this workshop will equip girls in Grades 10, 11 and 12 with techniques and knowledge to build their financial literacy.  Basic financial literacy helps people become self-sufficient and achieve financial stability. This includes being able to save money, distinguish the difference between wants and needs, manage a budget, pay their bills, buy a home, pay for university, and plan for retirement.

Each element of the workshop will provide skills to make informed decisions when it comes to money and prepare them to face the challenges of adult life.

Tools & Strategies She'll Take Home

Setting and sticking to a budget

What is medicare, a tax file number and how to lodge your first tax return

Steps to take when things don’t go according to plan

Superannuation – the how and why’s

Credit; the good the bad and the ugly

10 good habits of a true saver

Eszter Cathcart

Manager Financial Planning | 

Eszter is an experienced and passionate Business Development Manager with over 15 years demonstrated experience and history of working in the financial services industry. Believes relationships, collaboration, great leadership and continuous learning are fundamental to success both personally and professionally. Her current role offers the opportunity to educate the community on the importance of financial literacy and wellbeing which aligns with her personal values; people first not product first.

Eszter is currently studying her Masters in Financial Planning through KAPLAN professional.



Workshops are strictly limited to 20 participants only.​



Financial Literacy

Why the focus on Financial Literacy?

Developing skills and understanding of money will set your daughter up for financial success. In order to feel like they have control over their money rather than their money controlling them means action needs to be taken. The earlier your daughter starts the better outcomes they can achieve.

Most of us learn our money habits through either success or failure and at what cost? How often do we say, “I wish I had learned that earlier, or knew that sooner?” This workshop will enable your daughter to learn and take immediate action to have the best chance at financial wellbeing and financial success.

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