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Withdrawn Library Books to Giveaway

Head to the Central Library on Thursday 24 May, from 1.15 – 3.30 pm, Room 210, Level 2,  Puaka-James Hight.

Books are withdrawn if they are no longer relevant for teaching and research or they are damaged in some way. This is a much smaller giveaway but there is a variety of items:

  • young adult fiction
  • science topics published 1920-1940s
  • CDs

Donations not required for the collection, journal boxes, book ends. Please bring a bag or box with you.

6 June: FREE Financial Planning Seminar – Book Now!

nzfp fast trackWant to make the most of your financial situation?

Come along to our financial planning seminar and learn how to get your finances sorted.

The Fast Track seminar is designed for those in the 35-55 age group. It will cover things that are key for those who would like to position themselves well to go on to the next phase in life. What it covers includes:

  • Debt management
  • Insurance
  • Estate Planning

Tuesday, 6 June 2017
12 noon to 1.30pm

Please register your interest for this seminar by contacting Shelley Dick, via email or phone (03) 375 4040.

More NZFP Seminars will also be held this year for the 35–55 age group, and the 60+ age group.

Please see the Learning and Development: Financial Planning Seminars intranet page for further information.

35 to 55? FREE Financial Independence Seminar

“Fast Track to your Financial Independence”

Wednesday 14 September
12pm – 1.30pm
Dovedale – details for registration below

This free 90 minute seminar is aimed at people who want to make sure they position themselves well to enter the transition phase. fast track septAttendees would generally:

  • have committed to take a planned approach to creating their financial independence and ensuring their preferred lifestyle
  • be highly motivated to make best use of increasing surplus income and/or investment assets for their future lifestyle
  • have children leaving home or will be shortly
  • be making financial independence and self-sufficiency a key focus.

They will be asking:

  • how do I make the most of my current financial situation?
  • what amount of money do I need and how do I save it so I can achieve the same lifestyle when I retire?
  • How do I protect myself, my family and my investment capital?

For this group NZFP extend an invitation to partners to participate.

Please register your interest for this seminar by contacting Shelley Dick, via email or phone (03) 375 4040.