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WEBINAR: Supercharge your Super

Wednesday 1 June // 1:00p.m. - 2:00p.m.
Registration essential
No charge

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Your superannuation is often an under-utilised vehicle to the retirement and lifestyle that you have envisioned. Our webinar discusses the key elements of your super funds and how you can better utilise this money to lead you toward your retirement and financial goals.

An ideal webinar for any woman aged 35+, whether you are married, divorced, widowed or single who just want to know how to better use their superannuation.


WHAT WE'LL COVER:

  • Investments - Asset classes and options
  • What are the fees you should look out for on your superannuation?
  • Insurance options inside super 
  • Beneficiaries and how to nominate
  • Tax rates on your super
  • Types of contributions and how to maximise your super savings
  • Planning for Retirement and Super calculators used by the industry
  • Super consolidation
  • SMSF – what is it and is it the right strategy for you?


Receive award-winning information from Shannon Smit, financial adviser and winner of Women In Finance Financial Adviser of The Year 2021 and IFA Goals Based Adviser of the Year 2021, and cohosted by Bianca Carroll, finalist in the IFA Paraplanner of The Year 2021. We invite you to join our free webinar series and take control of your finances, regardless of your age or financial position.


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