Expert’s Angle: COVID19 and the impact on Super.

Speaker: Bryan Ashenden, Head of Financial Literacy & Advocacy-BT Financial Group

Duration: 44 minutes

Over the past few months many people have seen their retirements savings plummet in value, and some have even had to draw on their savings to help them through the current financial situation. Many people have questions about the long-term impact this may have on their retirement plans.

View the recording of our special live event with Bryan Ashenden, Head of Financial Literacy & Advocacy at BT Financial Group, where we’ll explore:

  • The impact of COVID19 sharemarket falls on the value of superannuation.
  • Strategies to help improve that value.
  • The impact of accessing superannuation early under the COVID19 provisions.
  • 5 simple steps to get your superannuation working for you.

Bryan has many years’ experience in leading and delivering comprehensive technical solutions to advisers and their clients, the last 18 spent with BT Financial Group.  With qualifications in Law, Commerce, and Financial Planning, and being a SMSF Association Specialist Adviser, Bryan is a frequent presenter and facilitator at many industry events and regularly shares his expertise in our Davidson Institute webinars.

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Buying your first home is always a big decision but when it comes to buying your next home there is a host of other considerations to make as well. How do I access the equity I’ve built up? Should I retain my existing home as an investment? What are my options when it comes to financing a new home? Join our webinar ‘Buying your next home’ to find that answers to these and many more questions.

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