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How to be Mortgage-Free & Retirement Ready in 10 Years

How to be Mortgage-Free & Retirement Ready in 10 Years

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When:

  • Thu 2 May ’19, 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Where:

Club Mount Maunganui, 45 Kawaka St, Mt Maunganui

Restrictions:

All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Ticket for One: $20.00
  • Ticket for Two: $30.00

Website:

Enable Me

Ever wondered what life would be like if you didn’t have a mortgage?

The answer is – pretty d*mn good!

But rather than buying a lotto ticket and crossing your fingers - invest in a ticket to Hannah McQueen’s seminar, ‘How to Get Mortgage-Free and Retirement Ready in Ten Years or less’ – and learn how to make it happen!

Getting mortgage-free fast is not about deprivation or living life on a financial diet – it’s about getting smart, getting lean and getting ahead, fast.

Hannah McQueen is a best-selling author and a financial force of nature. In the ten years since she founded enableMe – Financial Personal Trainers, she’s helped thousands of kiwis take the reins, get mortgage-free fast, grow wealth and sort their retirement.

In the seminar Hannah will:
- Dispel money myths
- Unpack the elements of your money personality
- Explain how to avoid giving so much money to the bank
- Reveal the key to getting mortgage-free fast
- Detail strategies to grow wealth + sort retirement

She’s bringing this must-see seminar to Mt Maunganui on Thursday the 2nd of May. Tickets are just $20 for a single entry, or $30 for entry for two - or an early bird price of $15 for one and $20 for two if you book before the 15th of February 2019.

Tickets always sell fast, so get in quick to secure yours and take the first step towards a better financial future!

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