Where

Online

When

Thursday 28th July 2022
1:00pm - 2:00pm
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Like most industries within Australia, Superannuation has felt the effects of COVID-19 and the Federal Election. The National Retail Association has partnered with Vincent’s Chartered Accountants and the Active Super teams to give our members the opportunity to ask their own questions about super – even ones you may feel silly about asking your advisors (we know from past experience that even the smartest people find the world of Superannuation quite complex).

This could be a chance to ask about your staff’s super or their own self managed super funds.

 

Presented by:

Mailene Wheeler, Director – Superannuation Advisory at Vincents

Mailene is a Chartered Accountant and SMSF Specialist Adviser (SMSFA) with 20 years’ experience in superannuation and business advisory for SMEs. As a superannuation specialist Mailene channels her expertise into empowering people to take control of their super. She does this by working closely with her clients on their retirement planning, contribution strategies, limited recourse borrowing arrangements and reviewing investment structures to ensure compliance with super legislation. “I not only work FOR my clients but WITH them on educating them to be more involved in their own superannuation story.”

About Vincents

 

Jarrod Frowde, Manager – Relationships & Growth at Active Super
Jarrod Frowde is a Financial Services & Sales Management leader with a demonstrated history of success working cross Superannuation, Banking, Wealth and the wider financial services industry. Jarrod is an integral part of Active Super, a fund with a purpose is to deliver superannuation services aligned to sustainable and responsible investment values, making super easy for employers and maximising retirement outcomes for all our members and your valued employees. Through engagement at employer level we can tailor financial education and superannuation services to your employees needs, simplifying, educating and instilling the confidence around current superannuation needs and future desired outcomes.