On November 5, join us for an information-rich hour with personal finance expert Sinead Ryan, branch manager of KBC Life and Pensions John Gethin and IMAGE contributing editor Melanie Morris where we’ll discuss how to effortlessly find the right pension for you.
When it comes to investing in our future, many of us don’t know where to start, but starting a pension doesn’t have to be a long and complicated process.
Register for our virtual event on November 5, where we will discuss the ins and outs of planning a monetary path for retirement and just how easy that can be.
In conversation with IMAGE contributing editor Melanie Morris, personal finance expert Sinead Ryan and branch manager of KBC Life and Pensions John Gethin will divulge the secrets to securing a comfortable financial future.
Using KBC’s new personal retirement savings accounts, accessible at the swipe of a thumb via a smartphone app, they will explain how you can sign up in minutes and simply let the account work away towards protecting your retirement.
At our virtual event, we will break down industry jargon and show you how to take control of you and your family’s future right now.
What can you expect?
We will discuss:
- The simple steps to planning a comfortable financial future
- Easy ways to make the most from every euro invested
- Industry buzz-words and acronyms explained
- How to easily determine get the right pension for you
- If you want more input and control, that’s easy too, we’ll show you how.
So be sure to join us on Thursday, November 5 at 8pm for the most helpful and stress-busting hour you could give your future self.
Register today for this complimentary financial event!
For more information on KBC pensions, visit kbc.ie/lifeandpensions, your KBC app or call KBC on 1800 51 52 53.
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