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Simple Steps to Financial Freedom

Free Money Management Course Offers Simple Steps to Financial Freedom

Life North to run CAP Money in August 2014.

With only 5 months to Christmas Life North in Albany is offering its free CAP Money Course to help local residents gain more financial freedom in the coming year.

This three-night course, developed by international debt counseling charity Christians Against Poverty (CAP), offers a smart, simple way for people to build, balance, and stick to their budgets.

Doug White, the Senior CAP Money coach who facilitates the sessions, shares that CAP Money is ideal for anyone who wants to discover how to do more with the money coming in, regardless if there’s excess cash flow or a lack each month.

“The CAP Money course is so useful because it gives people control of their money, whatever their goals may be. During the sessions, they decide how much they want to spend and how much they want to save. And then, we show them the best way to reach these goals,” explains Doug.

Over the 5 years Doug has been running the course, CAP attendees have seen significant results, including being able to pay down mortgages more quickly, take holidays and begin saving more per week.

Doug will lead the free, three-night course on consecutive Monday evenings: 11 August, 18 August and 25 August 2014 at Life North in Albany “We’re thrilled to once again offer CAP Money and help people better manage their finances,” Doug shares. “Bring yourself and invite your friends and family—everyone will benefit!”

CAP Money Information

Monday nights: 11 August, 18 August and 25 August 2014

LIFE North

25 Arrenway Drive, Albany

7:30 p.m. – 9:15 p.m.

To register or find out more, phone or text 022 0337940.
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