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Monday 10 August 11am – Money Week – Financial Planning with Hannah McQueen
August 10 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm NZST
Financial Advice NZ is excited to deliver a free public-facing Money Week webinar series which directly reaches consumers through a one-hour webinar every morning of Money Week.
The 2020 Sorted Money Week campaign ‘Just wondering’ reflects the explosion of money questions the Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) has seen during this time of change and uncertainty.
The intention of this campaign is to encourage the public to be more engaged with their financial health, wealth, and wellbeing and to start having these important conversations. By using financial advisers on the webinar series we are raising the profile about the benefits of obtaining expert advice.
These webinars are free and will be hosted by a different financial adviser each day. Attendees will be able to ask questions through the chatroom and get answers to their questions. This will not be personalised advice.
On Monday we have Hannah McQueen a financial force of nature. She’s a Chartered Accountant Fellow, an Authorised Financial Advisor, has her Masters in Tax, and is the author of three personal finance books. She’s helped thousands of Kiwis get ahead, get mortgage-free fast, and prepare for retirement through enableMe – Financial Personal Trainers.
As this is a public facing event we would love for you to help promote Financial Advice Money week!
The more people who see the benefit of seeking financial advice, the more opportunity you have to grow your client base. Please consider promoting the Money Week webinars to your clients and wider network, let them share it with their friends and family.
We have created a web page and tools which you can use via your regular newsletters, or promote through your local media and social media accounts. Don’t forget to add our weblink (www.financialadvice.nz/moneyweek ) to the page so people can register for the webinars.
The marketing material is intended to stimulate important financial conversations. The more people that get involved in this campaign, the further the reach will be to New Zealanders who have not yet accessed financial advice.