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Invitation: Post-Election Business and Superannuation Workshop

Source: Robson Partners
Archived 3 Jul 2019 - Posted: 5 May 2019
With a Federal Election locked in for Saturday 18 May, many of us are wondering what's in store for the policies that influence the way we manage our business and personal finances.

Changes are proposed to taxation, superannuation, and financial governance.

Join Robson Partners Directors, David Evers and Troy Marchant to look at who's who in the zoo post-election and what this means for your business and personal financial strategy. We will highlight the policies under review and discuss adjustment opportunities.

This workshop is designed to keep our clients and community on the front foot of change.


Post-Election Business and Superannuation Free Workshop

Date:
Wednesday, 29 May 2019

Time:
5:30pm - 7:00pm

Venue:
Robson Partners Boardroom
Level 1, 207 Albany Street North, Gosford

Tickets:
Tickets are valued at $189. Secure your attendance free of charge.

Register at website.

This article archived 3 Jul 2019

 
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