Increase Your Financial IQ With Taylor’s College This 30 November 2022

A high inflation rate can impact your ability to afford housing, education and even food. Pick up critical financial strategies with this informative talk hosted by Taylor’s College.

Updated 22 Nov 2022


Did you know that the government is forecasting an inflation rate of 2.8% to 3.3% in 2023, the highest range recorded since 2017? 

A high inflation rate can be profoundly devastating not just to the economy but also individuals. It can impact your ability to afford housing, education, transportation and even food due an increase in the prices of goods and services. 

If this sounds nerve-racking to you and you're wondering what you should do with your money, don't fret. 

This 30 November 2022, join Taylor’s College for an informative talk to learn critical financial strategies that can help you weather the upcoming financial storm and beyond. Presented by Mr Ka Hoe Ng, an experienced and licensed financial adviser that specialises in debt management, you’ll come away with a good understanding of how inflation can impact finances and what you can do to relieve the pressure. 

Interested? Read on to find out more.

When and where?

  • Date: 30 November 2022 (Wednesday)
  • Time: 4pm - 5.30pm
  • Venue: Lecture Theatre 5, Taylor’s Lakeside Campus, Subang Jaya, Selangor

Registration closes by 29 Nov 2022, 12pm. Click here to register for the event.

Why should you attend?

It’s never too late to pick up good financial habits. Attend this talk to:

  • Learn how to be financially prepared ahead of a year of high inflation
  • Discover financial secrets and financial habits that will be beneficial throughout your lifetime
  • Network and interact with finance and business professionals

Save yourself a seat and click here to register now.


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