Wealthy Ever After – Financial Education for South African Couples
- A lot of middle-class people in South Africa are heavily in debt, even though they may appear successful and financially stable to others
- Many of these people earn good salaries, yet they are always short of money – usually due to poor financial planning and management
Aside from the effect it has on their finances, being in financial trouble also affects other areas of people’s lives. For example, it can lead to feelings of worthlessness, depression, cause a lack of motivation and productivity at work, and place strain on a marriage (or other committed, long-term relationship).
Are you and your partner looking for a way to improve your financial situation?
Wealthy Ever After™ is a financial education program that has been specifically designed for couples. Your wealth or lack thereof affects your partner as much as it does you. Most couples get into debt together, so it makes sense for them to learn together and then work as a team to improve their financial situation.
This five week online training course is presented by Gary Kayle, Money Coach™ and founder of The Money School, a financial education organisation that is widely respected and endorsed by Moneyweb, South Africa’s leading source of investment information.
During the course, Gary teaches couples how to change their financial situation for the better. He also explains the process that he, and his wife Debbie, followed to get out of debt and start building their life of Wealthy Ever After together.
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(There are a few free videos on the site to give you a taste of what is taught in the full course).
More about The Money School:
- The Money School provides financial education and training to thousands of South Africans every month
- Various programs and products are available, locally and internationally.
- Courses are available at Boston City Campus and Business College branches nationwide
- The programmes are also available to the employees of certain blue-chip companies via special arrangements
Read this interesting Moneyweb article about the Wealthy Ever After Program