How to make your money work smarter
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17 May 2022
Helping Kiwis talk about money
AUT Business School’s Dr. Ayesha Scott (Department of Finance) has been awarded an AUT Health Futures development grant to support her research project, “My money, your money…our money? Building a toolkit for Healthy Financial Relationships”.
The work is in partnership with Good Shepherd NZ, a charitable non-government organisation established to address the critical, contemporary issues facing women, girls and families. Learn more about this research at this webinar supported by Women in Super.
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