Course Outline

Financial Freedom for Gens X and Y is an online course that aims to give you the knowledge you need to get and keep out of trouble. The topics are:

  • Gambling
  • Goal Setting
  • Debt Elimination
  • Saving
  • Budgeting
  • Investments
  • Taxation
  • Superannuation
  • Insurance
  • Estate Planning
  • Financial Planners
  • Kids And Money

The Debt Elimination topic is large so it’s broken down into the following sub-topics:

  • Pawnbroker And Payday Loans
  • Store Credit
  • Store Cards
  • Credit Cards
  • Personal Loans
  • Car Loans
  • Mortgages
  • HELP

Our newest chapter, Kids And Money is another big one so we’ve broken it down into the following sub-topics:

  • Kids And Money Introduction
  • Getting Pregnant
  • Being Pregnant
  • Hello Baby!
  • The Early Years (o-5)
  • The Later Years (6-18)

Kids And Money contains all the information parents need to know about money. From investing in a child’s name through to tips on teaching children about money, this topic will provide parents an invaluable resource designed to give you the skills to raise financially literate kids.

The course is like an e-book as the topics are designed to be read in order. But unlike the Kindle edition of The Complete Works of Jane Austin, this website will actually keep you entertained with around 450 links, photos, videos, graphs, audio files, tables, charts and cartoons. But not one photo of a bloke with a shiny white smile standing next to an expensive sports car parked in the driveway of a mansion. Nope, we’re realistic.

Financial Freedom For Gens X and Y is designed to make you think. The interactive questions help to reinforce the learning and the real life case studies give fair dinkum examples of experiences. All in an easy to read format that is kept as up to date as possible.

The website has been designed to cater for people with vision and hearing impairments. The course is screen reader friendly, with alternative text available on the pictures, and the videos are available with closed captions. If you don’t have an impairment, you shouldn’t notice the differences.