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‘Transition into Retirement’ – free seminar for 60+

Transition into Retirement is a seminar for people approaching retirement and are likely to be in the last 1-5 years of full-time employment.

This seminar targets a very narrow and specific target audience for the following reasons:

  • you’re moving from the ability to create financial independence into managing it
  • there are very specific issues you need to address
  • you’re unsure of the options you have to manage the wealth you have accumulated
  • you have worry and/or doubt about being able to enjoy life in retirement

You may be asking:

  • how do I replace my wages or salary?
  • how do I set myself up for retirement
  • how do I best manage my wealth in retirement?

If this sounds like you, then New Zealand Financial Planning (NZFP) warmly invite you to attend this seminar.

Date: Tuesday 4 September
Time: 12.00 – 1.30pm
Location: Erskine 121

Please register your interest for this seminar by contacting Shelley Dick via email or by calling 03 375 4040.

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.

FREE FINANCIAL PLANNING SEMINAR

Financial seminar under 35

The Getting Started seminar is designed for the under 35 age group. It will cover things that are key for those early in their careers and working lives.

  • KiwiSaver
  • Estate Planning
  • Insurances
  • Debt management (including student loans).

Tuesday, 11 April 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.

Free Financial Planning Seminar

Getting Started‘ – Under 35 age group

This seminar covers things that are key to getting started for those early in their careers and working lives.

  • KiwiSaver
  • Estate Planning
  • Insurances
  • Debt management (including student loans).

2017 Dates

  • Tuesday, 11 April 2017
    12 noon to 1.30pm

Registration

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

More NZFP Seminars

Seminars will also be held this year for the 35 – 65 age group, and the 60+ age group. Please see the Learning and Development: Financial Planning Seminars intranet page for further information.

Live Streaming of Lectures at UC (Wednesdays)

Ihaka Lectures

An annual series of lectures celebrating Professor Ross Ihaka’s contribution to the development of R and its leading role in statistical computing is offered by the University of Auckland’s Department of Statistics.

The lectures will be live streamed
 at UC:
Room DA02 at UC’s Dovedale Campus

First Lecture: 8 March, 2017, 6:30-7:30pm
Topic: “Expressing Yourself with R“,
Speaker: Hadley Wickham

Second Lecture: 15 March, 2017, 6:30-7:30pm
Topic: R and data journalism in New Zealand,
Speaker: Harkanwal Singh

Third Lecture: 22 March, 2017, 6:30-7:30pm
Topic: Interactive visualisation and fast computation of the solution path for convex clustering and biclustering,
Speaker: Dr Genevera Allen

Fourth Lecture: 29 March, 2017, 6:30-7:30pm
Topic: Statistical computing in a (more) static environment,
Speaker: Ross Ihaka

For more information, please contact: Richard.Penny@stats.govt.nz

Details of the lecture series are available here

From the site: The Ihaka lectures
The series is named after Ross Ihaka, Associate Professor in the Department of Statistics at the University of Auckland. Ross, along with Robert Gentleman, co-created R – a statistical programming language now used by the majority of the world’s practicing statisticians. It is difficult to over-emphasise the importance of Associate Professor Ihaka’s contribution to our field. We named this lecture series in his honour, as a way to recognise his work and his contributions to our field in perpetuity.