Centre runs financial training

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PAPUA New Guinea Centre for Judicial Excellence continues to promote financial welfare by facilitating financial literacy training for officers of the National Judicial Staff Services in Port Moresby.
The two-day programme attracted 26 participants with 13 attending on Tuesday and another 13 yesterday.
Justice centre executive director Dr John Carey encouraged the participants to build a culture of saving up for the future.
“We should not be slaves to money,” he said.
“Money should be the slave to us.
“We will all stop earning money one day, so we have to start putting some away for that day.”
The training was facilitated by the justice centre’s finance manager Gitu Lago.
Lago covered various topics on financial management, including understanding different types of loans and how it affects people; budgeting resources such as fortnightly income; exploring the six words of financial intelligence; and, using debt to generate income without financial stress.

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