Super & Financial Basics for Performers: Free Webinars in September!

By 12 September 2022 Announcements, Events
The nature of life as a performer means having various employers and periods of high income, low income and no income. While performers are used to riding these waves of sporadic income streams, COVID-19 caused unprecedented levels of financial stress. Your industry super fund, Media Super, is hosting two free webinars this month – Sept 19 & Sept 26 – tailored to the unique needs of Australian performers. Understanding your super and how you can make it work for you can make all the difference in securing your financial future.

Super: The Basics for Performers
Monday September 19, 12-12:45pm, Zoom

Join Jenny Farrar and Jeff Gray, Media Super’s  Education Specialists for a 30-minute webinar to help you navigate the (sometimes confusing) world of super and learn tips and tricks on building or rebuilding your superannuation as a member of the creative industries. Understanding your super and how you can make it work for you can make all the difference in securing your financial future.
During this session they will cover:
-How Super works
-Contributing to Super
-Your investment choices
-Insurance & beneficiaries
-Combining multiple accounts
-Next steps
-Advice & other resources
-Audience questions.

Financial Literacy: The Basics for Performers
Monday September 26, 12-12:45pm, Zoom 

Join Jeff Gray and Jenny Farrar  Media Super’s  Education Specialists for a 30-minute webinar to help you understand some basics around becoming more engaged with your finances.  Understanding your finances and how you can make them work for you can make all the difference in securing your financial future.
During this session they will cover:
-Welcome & Introductions
-Managing debt
-Compound interest
-Time value of money
-Budgeting (budget planner/calculator) and investing
-Using super to support you as you become older
-Advice & other resources
-Audience questions
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