Masterclass: How to Supercharge your Superannuation
Free online masterclass with Christina Hobbs, Verve Super CEO.
Being self employed can be liberating, but the idea of retiring can often hang above our heads like a dark cloud. As any small business owner knows, it’s not always easy finding the money and making the decision to contribute to super or long term retirement savings.
The average Australian woman retires with around 35 percent less super than the average man. For women aged in their 60s, the average super balance for wage and salary earners is $175,000 – double the average balance of $83,000 for women who run their own business.
The good news is that Christina Hobbs, CEO of Verve Super, gets out of bed each day with the mission of building the financial power of women and is joining us to share her super wisdom and practical steps to get the most from your super in retirement, and set a plan to get there!
If superannuation has seemed confusing, overwhelming or boring to you, this is the masterclass for you! For many of us, our super is actually the largest asset we’ll ever control and this masterclass will show you just how important your super really is.
This power-hour is an opportunity to:
- understand what superannuation means to you as a freelancer and how it can be used effectively to save for retirement
- learn how to compare super funds
- create retirement goals and set a plan to get you there
- discover ways to supercharge your super savings
With the guidance of Verve Super CEO, Christina Hobbs, this is an opportunity to learn more about how important super is, and the practical ways to boost your super before retirement.
Join us for this superannuation masterclass with Verve Super CEO, Christina Hobbs.
Date: Wednesday 23 June, 2021
Time: 12PM AEST
Location: Online via Crowdcast
Secure your free ticket here to this one-hour online super masterclass on Wednesday, June 23 at 12PM AEST.
Can’t make it? Register now and watch the recording later. Plus, we’ll send you the offers and discounts exclusive to attendees.