Basics of Financial Literacy for Women
- No prerequisites needed, you will learn everything you need to know.
Women are still behind men struggling to make financial decisions. Though many women are working professionals and are placed in top positions, yet they are not very clear about financial matters. To feel truly liberated, women should have the ability to make financial decisions to lead her life, and ultimately bridge the gender finance gap in our society! This course will help you gain an insight into the understanding of these topics further. From tracking your spending, budgeting, saving to investments and debt cycle traps, this course covers it all.
At the end of the course you will be able to:
Track your spending and decrease unnecessary expenditures.
Create your budget using 50/20/30 rule.
Make wise investments.
Build an emergency savings account.
Earn, save and spend!
Through the course an important character, Maya, will help us understand the reality of financial dependence and the steps she takes to become truly financially literate.
To be an independent decision maker is not just about saving, spending and investing money but the empowerment it can give you. It boosts self-confidence and esteem and can make you feel more secure and respected, irrespective of your socio-economic background. In the 21st century where gender equality is prominent and rising in action, learning financial skills is a must!
Who this course is for:
- Women who wish to become independent decision makes regarding their finances.
I am Anaya Jethanandani, passionate for working towards Women's Empowerment and believe that everyone should be aware of their basic human rights. I am interested in Economics and believe that Financial Inclusion is a bridge towards stronger, independent women. I am currently researching on financial gender discrimination and emerging financial technologies.