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FAQ - Be the Boss Online Course

What is the Be the Boss online course?

It's a free online course to help you get on top of your money for good. We're not going to teach you how to budget, you mgiht be doing this or you know what to do, we're going to work on how we can talk to each other about money and share some new tips on the things that make a difference when it comes to making your money work.

How do I participate in the Be the Boss online course?

It's easy. Click on the link below and the course will be delivered to your inbox each day. Register Here!

Each daily email will include the video with an action plan to complete to set those good intentions into action!

What is the Action Plan?

Each day there's a little bit of work to do. Nothing changes if we don't change. There are lots of ways to complete the Action Plan:

  • Fill in the spaces by typing
  • Download and fill in on your computer
  • Print and fill in by hand

I have missed a day, what do I do?

We've designed the course with daily videos and action plans that you can complete at your own pace, space and time over the 3-week period. The videos will be sent to you one day at a time on every weekday starting on the 3rd of February. If you miss a previous day, at the bottom of each email you can find a link to the day you missed!

It says to connect with others. I’m completing the course by myself but I want to share the things I’ve learnt…

We have created an online option to chat with others doing the course and ask questions via our Facebook group and you can join us here!

I would like to get in touch with a Financial Counsellor

We know them well and best of all their services are free and independent. Visit  salvationarmy.org.au or PH: 1800 007 007. 

For other financial assistance go to salvationarmy.org.au/need-help/financial-assistance

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