Networking Event: Changes in Federal Budget
The recent Federal Budget will have substantial impact on savings for a comfortable retirement for many families. So, how do you know whether you would benefit from these changes or not?
With the valuable participation of Margaret Liu as the main speaker and organised by the Venezuelan Association of Australia, we are delighted to invite our community to this networking event
Changes on Federal Budget
Tuesday 14 June 2016 6:30 - 8:30 PM
Limited seats available Secure your spot here: https://www.trybooking.com/205364
St Brigid's Catholic Church 378 Nicholson St Fitzroy North VIC 3068 Google Map
Oriented to help Venezuelans and other migrant communities to learn about the recent changes in the Federal Budget and how the changes will impact us all.
In this session Tax (Financial) Adviser, Margaret Liu, will be discussing the fundamentals of the Australian superannuation system, the recent changes in the Federal Budget, and how it interacts with other aspects of our financial lives.
This will be an interactive session so make sure you bring all your questions.
Registration: How to secure your spot at the event
The cost of this event is $5 ($10 at the door)
The capacity of the venue is limited so make sure you buy your ticket online and secure your spot as soon as possible
Light refreshments will be provided.
To register for this event and buy your tickets click here: https://www.trybooking.com/205364
*The money from the tickets will be used to cover the costs of the refreshments and the rest donated to the church for allowing us to use their venue*
She is the founder of Target Wealth, a boutique financial planning firm based in Melbourne CBD. Having migrated to Melbourne at 9 years old, she saw how hard her parents had to work and how knowledge could make material differences in a migrant family's life. Margaret holds a Bachelor of Business (Financial Planning) and is a registered Tax (Financial) Adviser. She has worked for three of the Big 4 banks over her 10 year career in Financial Services, spending more than 7 years in the Financial Planning field alone. Her passion include educating people about finance, learning new things and debating hot issues with friends and colleagues. Over the years, her interests in history, art and culture has seen her travel many countries, but Australia is still her home.
About Target Wealth
It was established in early 2014, focused on delivering quality and affordable advice to people who are not deemed as "High Net Worth". The focus of Target Wealth is to educate and engage individuals, so that they can be empowered to grow their wealth and protect their dreams.