Financial Confidence in Tough Times with Meg (Online)

  • 14th Dec, 2022
  • 6:15pm - 7:30pm (AEDT)
  • Online

    Classes are held online using ZOOM. Access details are on the VIRTUAL HUB link on your ticket. A reminder 48 hours prior to the class will also be sent to you as a courtesy. Remember to check your spam if you don't see either of these emails.

$9 - $18 AUD + BF
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With inflation raising more than a few eyebrows in supermarkets across the nation, and some of us still dealing with the aftermath of COVID’s economic impact, join Meg for a practical session on how to be financially confident and resilient in today’s world. 

Learn why financial confidence is more important than ever in a class that welcomes everyone.

What will we cover?

This practical financial management class will include:

  • Creative brainstorming on money-saving tips
  • Knowing your safety nets
  • Tips on how to practice good finance hygiene
  • Learn some smart moves for your existing bank account, new accounts, your super, and almost everything in between
  • Connect and hare with like-minded individuals during the session
  • Free resources and links to help you on your money journey

What will you need?

  • Pen, paper or your preferred note taking device
  • Enthusiasm!


  • Discounted Early Bird Tickets
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Caption-enabled online classroom 

Who will be teaching?

Meg Sinclair is a financial wellbeing coach and founder of FinanceFem. She talks all things money and mentality, budgeting, super and investing in the stock market for millennials and women.

Meg is convinced that upping your finance game is one of the best investments you can make. She has a knack for making boring things fun, and turning complex into relatable. Check out more of Meg’s work at her website.

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Questions or other ways we can assist with accessibility? Feel free to email Maddy (she/her) at