Tomorrow’s economy is in good hands

Brushed-off Creagh College and Gorey Community College students learned life lessons that will benefit tomorrow’s economy from a Philip Cullen of Southeast Mortgages & Financial Services.

As a thought leader in the area of ​​mortgages and financial services, Philip is passionate about educating people about their financial well-being and has decided to volunteer his time and expertise and offer The Future Financial Experts program to over 150 transition year students at both schools.

The Future Financial Experts program was created by Brokers Ireland and aims to bridge the gap in communicating prudent financial planning to students and to raise awareness of the basic concepts of how good financial skills can empower young people manage their finances more effectively.

The program is delivered to students through four modules: Day-to-day money management. Saving and investing. Understand and manage debt. Positive behaviors of financial experts.

“I really appreciated the time spent teaching the students and commended the schools and teachers for their support,” said Philip. “And I was thrilled to present the students with their certificates and to envision a bright future for all of them. Congratulations to all who participated.

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