How Do I Pick A Good Super Fund

 In Events, Superannuation

There are so many super funds to pick from. How do you know you’ve got a good one?

Upcoming on the 27th March we have ‘How to Pick a Good Super Fund’. At a cost of $35, this seminar is an accessible way to build your financial knowledge and skills and a great investment in your future.

This 45 minute webinar will introduce you to:

  • The different types of super funds available
  • Key things you need to look for when picking a super fund
  • Useful tools and resources to help

This is a live webinar with plenty of time to ask questions in the Q&A session at the end.  Register now, places are limited. Purchase tickets here.

Want to learn a bit more about your finances without leaving the comfort of home? Finance Women offers a series of educational webinars to allow women to tailor their financial learning to the topics most relevant them. Our webinars are live on-line seminars delivered by a qualified financial planner and include the opportunity for you to ask your own questions. Covering topics such as budgeting, debt management, investment and retirement, there is bound to be something for everyone. Full list of upcoming events.

For those new to webinars, they take some of the best features of an in-person seminars, broadcast TV and talkback radio. When you buy a ticket you will be sent a link to the webinar. You simply click on the link just prior to the webinar start time. You’ll be able to see Rhiannon and her presentation slides over the internet. You can ask questions by the chat box and she sets lots of time aside at the end for a Q&A session.

You get all the info you could want from a seminar*, a chance to ask your questions without having to put your hand up in front of a room full of people and you don’t have to leave home. What could be better.

*Full disclosure: You will have to make your own cup of Tea!


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