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How would you like to effectively give yourself a pay increase? This webinar offers some quick tips that everyone can try out, to help you keep more of your money in your pocket.
12:30 - Introduction from Lyndsay Howell, Case worker ICE Ben Fund
12:35 - Presentation from Jo Thresher, Director Better with Money
12:55 - Q&A, Jo Thresher, facilitated by Lyndsay Howell, ICE BenFund
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Jo Thresher is an award-winning financial services professional with almost 30years’ experience. Jo’s workshops and webinars are tried and tested to gently push people forward to being in a better financial place without being. Whatever your financial competence level, Jo’s webinars will inspire you to be better with money.