We ran this workshop in September and have had amazing feedback - in fact, we had 100% take up by attendees on our offer of a COMPLIMENTARY one-on-one meeting to assess and review their current plan.
So what does Financial Freedom really mean? We believe that being in charge of our financial destiny is crucial – It is a fact today that neither the government nor your employer is able to guarantee anything any longer. We cannot rely upon the government to fund our retirement so when it comes to money and your future, you are on your own!
Recently Massey University Fin-Ed Centre’s research showed that an Auckland couple would need to have a combined $552,000 in their savings to have some choices in their retirement. And that is today – not in ten, fifteen or 20 years time. So the question is, how are you tracking on that right now?
Making a plan, taking small steps now and realising that you CAN secure your future will reap huge value later.
No-one expects to dramatically change their lifestyle as they get older – rather, you want to do more as children leave home and there is more freedom to chase some of those dreams you have had for a while.
This is where we can help you – you are invited to attend this informative seminar which will assist you to put a plan in place from this point towards your retirement, no matter your stage in life today.
So, in order to ensure you have that conversation sooner rather than later and really can and do put a plan in place, VitalSure, New Vision and Good Life have come together to offer you the very best in up to date research, planning and ideas to make the journey and transition as smooth as possible.
Join us to discover what gaps there may be in your current financial plan, what you can do to take care of your future financial stability and meet the experts who can answer your questions.
Take control – secure your future – book your space now. Spaces are limited so book yours TODAY.
‘We're all living longer and young people today may need their retirement savings to last for 30 years or more, so it's vital that you have a plan to both save enough and make good use of the money you've saved’. John Body ANZ Wealth