International Womens Day Breakfast – Melbourne
March 3 @ 7:00 am - 9:00 am AEDT
Women, Wealth and Wisdom
Financial equality begins with financial literacy – knowledge is power!
Whilst the gender pay gap has improved, women continue to be paid less than men. In order to ensure your money is working for you, being financially smart is vital.
Talking money shouldn’t be a taboo subject and seeking advice on the benefits of superannuation, investing and budgeting can secure financial independence – a particularly important issue with women generally accruing less superannuation than male counterparts.
Impediments to female financial well-being can be compounded by a lack of knowledge about financial planning, embarrassment and stress at managing money and a lack of confidence in understanding and accessing avenues to investing.
That’s why it’s so important for women from all backgrounds to understand and acquire financial literacy.
Join us and our panel of experts for an informative discussion that will examine key financial issues for women including superannuation; education as a path to financial literacy; the benefits of understanding financial markets and achieving financial stability and independence.