For a generation told they could do anything… the financial reality says otherwise. Millennials are set to be the first generation of Australians to be worse off financially than their parents.

Given the daunting prospects of home ownership, made harder by shifting and shrinking employment opportunities, the need for financial literacy amongst young Australians has never been greater. Yet in reality, financial literacy has been declining.

For a generation with an intuitive grasp of all things digital, understanding something as simple as the magic of compounding should be easy (it’s keeping them away from their phones that’s hard).

If you know or have any millennials in your house, encourage them to come to our seminar. They’ll hear how to save without meaning to, some simple and affordable ways to invest and a few other tips and examples. Matt, a millennial himself, has agreed to avail himself from his smashed avo and seventh coffee to communicate with his peers. (who knows, they’ll probably set up a whatsapp group or something…) Old people (> 30) are also welcome, but BYO glasses for the seminar.

When: Tuesday 11th July
6pm for seminar and Q&A 6.15-7.15pm
Venue: 345 Pacific Highway, Lindfield

Speaker: Millennial Matt Vickers, Snowgum Financial Services

FREE to members of Ku-ring-gai Chamber of Commerce, otherwise a $50 booking fee applies.