Women and Wealth

We empower women to be courageous with money through education and strategies which build wealth and create stronger financial futures.

Women over the age of 55 are the fastest growing group of people in Australia experiencing homelessness.  Women are paid on average 16% less than men. It’s critical then that we understand what we actions we can take today to create stronger financial futures for ourselves and for our families.

Take your first step today to improve your financial wellbeing and register for our next seminar.

NEXT SEMINAR

Women: Get in the Game and Unlock Next Level Wealth 
Wednesday 31 July 2019
6-8 pm
WeWork
100 Harris Street, Pyrmont NSW 2009

One of the beautiful things about growing up without wealth is that you are very aware of money and the importance of developing good money habits. I am grateful for my modest beginnings as I’ve always looked to invest and to ensure that my financial wellbeing was secured – so I’m the type of person that never really understood why anyone would pay $4,000 for a handbag!

I’ve learnt that the circumstances that we are born into do not need to define who we and whatever setbacks we have in life, it is how we respond that matters.  Financial success is no different, it is something that we can create, it is about being courageous and it’s about taking small steps towards our goals to create the lifestyle of our choice.

This is one of the reasons why I am so passionate about empowering women with education and strategies that will help them to build stronger financial futures. It really is important now more than ever for us to do this.  

I invite you to be courageous and take your first step to improve your financial wellbeing. Register to attend one of my up and coming seminars today. I look forward to working with you to build a stronger financial future.

 

Lesley Gregg.

Why are Women paid on average 16% less than men?   One reason is because women work part-time or in unpaid caring roles and we take time out of the workforce to raise children.  The impact of this over the course of our lifetime is lower earnings, savings, and lower superannuation balances.  Add to this the impact of divorce or relationship breakdowns, and women’s life as primary carer in the majority of cases sets back  our superannuation and employment options later in life.   

Women over the age of 55 are the new face of poverty in Australia.  Women over the age of 55 are the fastest growing group of people experiencing homelessness in Australia.  This may not be visible to you, but distressingly many older women are living in cars, couch surfing and (over) staying with family.  

We must be courageous with our money. By empowering ourselves with information and guidance we can take steps now to build stronger financial futures for ourselves and our families. 

Take the first step to achieving improved financial wellbeing today and register to attend a seminar. 

You will learn:

  • Why Women need Next Level Wealth now more than ever.
  • Practical Tips to Build Next Level Wealth over your lifetime.
  • How much money you need to stop work and gain financial freedom.
  • Strategies across finance and property that will fastrack your Wealth Creation.