Join us for this live webinar & learn the three things you can do right now to start planning for the retirement you want
Thursday, November 12th, 12:00 PM Eastern Time
You got your mortgage or rent to pay. You got your kids to feed. You got cars to pay for. Kids' education. Taxes. Utilities. Internet. Gym. Insurance. Cell Phone.
...where on your long list of things to pay for does "save for retirement" fit in?
Now you’re having flashbacks of the financial decisions you’ve made and saying to yourself:
Coupled with your endless list of bills, now you feel like you’re gonna be working for the rest of your life.
SNAP OUT OF IT! Join me in this webinar and learn the three things you can do right now to start planning for a retirement you want. Your terms. Your lifestyle.
Michelle Hung, CFA
Founder, Author, Financial Planner
On a mission to spread the importance of financial independence, Michelle has taught people how to invest an aggregate of $1.1 million to date, and save over $9,000 per year on average.
You may have seen her lurking around in Canadian Money Saver Magazine, as a contributing writer, doing webinars for Questrade, or providing fun videos for Meet Cleo on Tik Tok (spreading financial literacy to Gen Z!).
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