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Talk on Financial Planning on 8 May 2010 at SMU


You may want to sign up for this talk at the SMU organised by FISCA to talk about Financial matters. If you sign up, you can get a financial planning book by the ex-CEO of NTUC income.

Details of the talk are as follows from a post in the FISCA site:

We still have places left for the financial talk on 8 May 2010. Please hurry and book your seats now! The public can also sign up through the events page.

All attendees will receive a free copy of the Practical Guide on Financial Planning book. This means both the members and the public will receive the book! The book is written by our very own President. I'm sure you can get him to sign your copy there. :)

The outline of the talk is as follows:

1. When to start, how to approach financial planning
2. How much to save, how to invest savings
3. How much to spend on a property for a home
4. How to manage investment risks through diversification and averaging
5. How to identify and buy suitable investments
6. Draw down savings during retirement
7. Different types of investment products
8. Investments products to avoid
9. Summary

Why wait? Tell your friends. Bring your family. For more details of the Financial Talk, please visit this page.

So what are you waiting for? Register, listen about financial planning and get a free book.

Have a good weekend!

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