Retirement Bootcamp 2017 – travel insider tips

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We’re delighted that YourLifeChoices travel guru Kay O’Sullivan is now joining us on 15 February 2017 at our Retirement Bootcamp.

Those who follow Kay’s travel tips know she has been here, there and everywhere and is happy to share her knowledge.

So come and meet both Kay and the YourLifeChoices team on 15 February, where we’ll get your retirement on track in matters regarding finance, legal, Centrelink, travel and health.

Noel Whittaker, Rod Cunich, Debbie and a Centrelink FISO will be on hand to cover these topics and to take live Q&A.

If you’re looking for the perfect Christmas gift for someone in your life who has everything, but maybe needs a little retirement guidance, then this is it.

We’ll show you how to maximise your money and enjoyment in retirement. So why not join us for some cheese and wine and the opportunity to have your most important retirement questions answered?

When: Wednesday 15 February 2017: 6pm for a 6.30pm start, finish at 8.15pm, with the chance to meet everyone over a glass of wine until 9pm.

Cost: $10 per ticket (includes wine and cheese and show bag)

Location: The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, 1G Royal Parade, Parkville, VIC 3052


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