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Opportunity To Learn How To Get Richer, Faster

Local Investors Have The Opportunity To Learn How To Get Richer, Faster

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LOCAL INVESTORS HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO LEARN HOW TO GET RICHER, FASTER

On Thursday 21st Sept at the Caroline Bay Tearooms, Timaru - Financial Guru David Greenslade will be holding an educational seminar entitled " How to turn $1 into $2". Sponsored by Fund Manager of the Decade, Armstrong Jones and local financial advisory group Keeley Russell Brokers Ltd., this seminar is already attracting a high level of interest.

David Greenslade is an experienced and highly qualified financial planner, Professional Investor and Author. This is David's second visit to Timaru, his first visit two years ago, was completely sold out. His Investment Knowhow Community Seminars demystify the complex investment market and have already assisted thousands of New Zealander's to rethink their investment goals and identify the avenues to achieve them.

You work hard for your money and David, founder of Investment Knowhow Community Seminars, will show you how - with a little financial know-how - you can make your money work harder for you.

Topics covered in this seminar include: How to use the equity in your home to dramatically increase your wealth creation, a six step master plan for financial freedom, a range of investments likely to provide higher than average returns, smart places to invest your monthly surplus income, how to avoid the 4 most common retirement blunders, making the most of an inheritance or small windfall, 5 ways to legally minimize tax, and how to increase your income by hundreds of dollars a month without taking a second job. Plus much more.

Enrolments for this seminar are being taken by Keeley Russell Brokers of Timaru, now.

For more information please call Anne Kirkpatrick of Investment Knowhow Community Seminars on 0800 737 575 or Linda Doyle of Keeley Russell Brokers Limited, directly on 03 684 9977

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