Make 2019 the year you take control of your pension!
Tonight, I’ll be talking about how to prep your finances for later life. It may seem like a long way off for most young people, but your twenties is actually the best time to start putting money aside for retirement.
That’s because your money will have time to compound – i.e. grow on top of itself more and more impressively over time. Conversely, waiting until you are older means you’ll have less time to invest, resulting in a lacklustre income at retirement when you’ll need it the most. You can also take more risks when you invest for retirement at a younger age – and while there are no guarantees, the past suggests this is a good way to boost your eventual retirement pot.
And pensions – while not the only way to save for retirement – will be an inevitable cornerstone for most young people’s retirement plans. That’s because most of us now will be automatically put into workplace pensions (unless we are self-employed or earning less than £10,000).
However, the money we’re putting into our workplace pensions won’t be enough to fund a decent retirement. So can we look out for our future selves? What other options are available? And what do the self-employed need to think about?
We’ll be answering those questions – and many more – tonight.
📈 Learn how to check you’re on track
🍯 Boost your pension pot
📝 Match your plan to your life stage
WHEN: TONIGHT! Tuesday 21st May 2019
WHERE: The Courthouse Hotel, 19-21 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, London W1F 7HL
TIME: 6.15pm registration for a 6.45-9pm Event
Tickets: £25 (plus Eventbrite fees) and include a glass of bubbly and a Financially Fabulous goodie bag
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