Financial Literacy & Investment Education For Moms: Membership Program Launched

The latest launch from Invested Mom sees an expansion of the program’s comprehensive and engaging syllabus of tools, techniques, and financial knowledge. While the program is targeted at both working and stay-at-home mothers, the principles behind the course are relatable for anyone with an interest in improving their financial prospects.

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The announcement underlines Invested Mom’s commitment to providing subscribers with an actionable plan to increase their revenue streams without the need for large amounts of capital or outside investment. The program also provides debt management strategies to help enrollees take back control of their financial future.

According to Statista, the median annual income for Canadian tax-filing females was $36,250 as of 2020. This remains significantly less than the male average which stands at over $45,000 per year, highlighting the inequality that persists at the heart of the economy. The Canadian Government has since passed the Pay Equity Act of 2021 in an effort to redress this gender-based discrimination and open up new opportunities for women in the workplace.

Invested Mom seeks to facilitate this change by offering relatable educational content to help women improve their current salaries and develop multiple streams of revenue. The course shows subscribers how to improve and increase a salary from their current employers, how to leverage the power of websites like LinkedIn to improve job prospects, and how to make one’s first forays into the world of investment without the need for upfront capital.

The course is self-paced, making it easy to fit around one’s current work or family commitments. The subscription fee gives members lifetime access to the learning content which includes in-depth lessons, worksheets, and much more.

Founder Inge von Aulock was born and raised in Cape Town, South Africa, before moving to Canada in 2010. Invested Mom was born out of a desire to help others implement the strategies that she used to free herself from debt and build a solid financial future for herself.

Inge says, “This course is for you if you are ready to change your money mindset, ready to take your financial literacy seriously, and ready to put in the work to build wealth.”

For more information, go to

Invested Mom

5307 Victoria Drive
Unit 716

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