How to reset your retirement plans after COVID-19

How to reset your retirement plans after COVID-19

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We’re excited to announce the launch of Resetting Your Retirement After COVID-19 – a brand-new webinar and guide to help Australians plan for retirement in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

Both the webinar and guide feature contributions from Viridian experts, as well as insights from Natalie Yan-Chatonsky of Full Time Lives. Together. These two free resources will help you negotiate the challenges of retirement planning – made all the more difficult by today’s financial climate.

The Resetting Retirement After COVID-19 Guide

Written by the Viridian team with contributions from our in-house retirement specialists, this guide provides you with information to help you reset your retirement if you’ve been impacted by COVD-19 or physical distancing laws. It covers a range of topics, including:

  • An outline of how COVID-19 may have impacted your retirement. This may have occurred in ways you haven’t yet considered like the ongoing impact of accepting financial relief from businesses or accessing your superannuation early;
  • What Centrelink benefits may be available to you now, even if you weren’t eligible before;
  • Six things you can do now to help you get your retirement back on track.

You can download your free copy of our Resetting Retirement After COVID-19 Guide here.

The Resetting Retirement Webinar

Our upcoming, live webinar will explore retirement in the wake of COVID-19. Facilitated by Viridian Chief Brand Officer Stephen Earp and featuring Executive Advisors Michael Thompson and David Ross, the webinar will also include insights from guest presenter Natalie Yan-Chatonsky. It will take place on Wednesday, June 10 at 3:00 PM (AEST). Participation is free but numbers are strictly limited. You can register here.

If you’re unable to make the webinar, please register anyway and we’ll send you a link to the recording and complimentary worksheets afterwards.

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