Five courses and things you can do to boost your income and financial knowledge

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The course can be completed at your own pace and will also offer you lifelong access to online financial tools, information, and support after you finish the course. Photo: Supplied
The course can be completed at your own pace and will also offer you lifelong access to online financial tools, information, and support after you finish the course. Photo: Supplied

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Boosting your income, especially during a pandemic, can feel nigh on impossible – particularly when the costs are going up and you have been told there is no potential for salary increases from your employer in the near future.

The truth is, we can all do with a bit of education, especially when it comes to our finances. If we dedicate some spare time this year to brushing up on our financial acumen, not only could it teach us a new skill we could use for life, but it could also make or save us money.

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