Martin Lee @ Sg
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Financial Tips for Retirement Planning

My colleague, Wilfred Ling, will be conducting a seminar on retirement planning.

In this event, he will speak on the topic of retirement planning. This talk is aimed at those in their 30s to 50s who wish to plan for retirement. Topics include the strengths and limitations of CPF, SRS, how to invest for retirement, case studies on the advantages and disadvantages of common retirement products in the market,etc.

Agenda:

  • How much exactly do you need to retire? Introducing Morte Carlo simulation as the preferred retirement calculation.
  • Advantages & disadvantages of retirement saving and income using SRS.
  • Advantages & disadvantages of retirement income from CPF Life.
  • Advantages & disadvantages of retirement income from dividends
  • Advantages & disadvantages of retirement income from ‘annuity’ products

Other details:

Venue : SMU – School of Economics And Social Sciences, Seminar Room 5.1
Date : Saturday, 4 August 2012
Time : 1400 to 1700 hrs
Fee : $40 (normal), $28 for group (2 or more) or early bird

If you are interested in the above mentioned topics, I would urge you to attend the event as the speaker is a practicing practitioner with a wealth of experience and the talk will focus mainly on practical aspects.

If you sign up by 22nd July, you can use the coupon code EARLYBIRD to get $12 off the regular price.

Alternatively, if you sign up as a group (2 or more) anytime before the event date, you can also get $12 off the price. Use the coupon code SOLIDSTUFF instead.

Registration can be done online here:

Seminar on Financial Tips for Retirement Planning (for those in 30s to 50s)

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2 comments
Wilfred Ling says 6 years ago

Yvette,

Promotion codes can only be used one at a time. They cannot be used concurrently.

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Yvette says 6 years ago

Hi Martin

Does the group registration qualifies for a $12 discount (ie $28 – $12 = $16) ?

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