Free Freo Seminar: Financial Future Proofing for Women in Small Business

If you are a woman and you are in business, this is for you.

Edith Cowan University and the University of Western Australia have joint forces to undertake a research program specific to women in small business and superannuation.

As part of this program, the Fremantle Chamber of Commerce is holding a free 2 hr seminar Financial Future Proofing for Women in Small Business presented by Teika Porrins of StatePlus, Chairperson of Women in Super WA; and Dr Beth Walker, a Senior Honorary Research fellow of UWA.

Statistically it is proven over and over again that female small business owners are the least likely to provide for themselves later in life. How will you know if you have enough money to achieve financial freedom? In particular for the lead up to retirement? Financial Knowledge is Power! During this seminar, the research team seeks to inform future strategies in addressing the issues of disadvantage for women in business, superannuation and retirement. This session includes information on:

– Financial options and opportunities

– Savings strategies including superannuation

– A personal Super Health Check

– Case Studies from small business owners.

 

Date:                     17 August 2016

Time:                     1:00 pm  to   3:00 pm

Location:              Fremantle Chamber of Commerce – Boardroom, 16 Phillimore Street, Fremantle,

Cost:                      Free

Register at:         https://www.fremantlechamber.com.au/civicrm/event/info?reset=1&id=236

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