Invested Mom’s newly-updated program offers subscribers a host of helpful resources, ideas, and insights into maximizing earning opportunities and reducing debt. Founder Inge von Aulock is passionate about sharing her own experience and tips to help other women gain financial independence in today’s uncertain economic climate.
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The recent expansion is accompanied by a collection of new blog articles – all accessible without charge via the Invested Mom website. Allied with the course’s accessible framework for building a more robust financial mindset, Inge’s latest pieces seek to empower women to take control of their financial future, building their confidence to seek and secure new career opportunities.
Inge highlights just some of the budgeting and financial management tools that are available today. These include popular apps such as Mint, which allows users to track their spending, set up bill alerts, and monitor one’s credit scores. Other options like PocketGuard add intuitive categorization of expenses and spending limit features.
The Invested Mom course is subscription-based but enrollees benefit from lifetime access to its learning resources. The program covers a broad range of topics which include how to begin investing without having any upfront capital, how to negotiate and secure better benefits and a pay rise from a current employer, and how to leverage websites like Linkedin to find higher-paying positions.
Invested Mom arms mothers, working women, and any individuals who are interested in improving their prospects with simple and inspiring ideas to help them change their mindset regarding money.
From tracking variable expenses and opening a savings account to using zero-based budgeting techniques, the course has something to offer everyone no matter what their current income is.
About Inge von Aulock
Born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, Inge moved to Canada in 2010. Her experience in reducing her debt and forays into the world of investment led her to establish Invested Mom to empower others on the same journey.
A spokesperson says, “Be sure to prioritize your financial goals and values. What’s most important to you? Is it paying off debt, saving for a down payment on a home, or building an emergency fund? By aligning your financial behaviour with your values, you’ll be more motivated to stick to your budget and make positive changes to your financial habits.”
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