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Foundations of wealth

ACS Canberra Young Professional event

Event Start: Thu 21 Mar 05:30 PM AEDT
Event Finish: Thu 21 Mar 07:30 PM AEDT

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Registration End Date: Tue 19 Mar 05:00 PM


Back to basics, the foundations&#39; everyone needs to know before you can start building wealth. <br><br>Join us to explore mortgage and insurance structure, managing cash flow, understanding super and the essentials in investments.<br><br><b>At this session, Madison will cover the following topics:</b><br>•    Understanding your cash flow<br>•    Where to direct savings<br>•    Making your mortgage work for you<br>•    Understanding super and its benefits<br>•    How to build wealth for your future<br>•    How much you might need to retire; and<br>•    Tips for beginning to invest<br><br><b>About the speaker - <a href="https://www.linkedin.com/in/madison-kennedy-a889a4a4/" target="_blank">Madison Kennedy</a></b><br>Madison is a member of the senior leadership team, Dixon Advisory Canberra, and has a breadth of experience in wealth management. With a passion for investing, an interest in the dynamic nature of financial markets and an intimate, Madison partners with clients to help them make the most of their family wealth. Madison also facilitates Dixon Advisory’s award-winning Wise program in Canberra – a series of workshops for women to meet and explore financial matters in a relaxed and informal setting.<br><br><b>Event agenda</b><br>5:30pm – 5:45pm: Registration<br>5:45pm - 6:15pm: Light refreshment will be provided. <br>6:15pm – 7:15pm: Main presentation and Q&amp;A session<br>7:15om – 7:30pm: Social networking &amp; event concluded<br><br><b>For location and </b><b>parking</b><br>The entrance of Dixon Advisory is on the corner of Northbourne and Barry drive.  Click ​​​<a href="https://www.dixon.com.au/offices/canberra#direction" target="_blank">HERE</a> for some ideas of parking areas.

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Consultancy (CNSL) -> Level 5

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Madison Kennedy

Madison Kennedy

Madison is a member of the senior leadership team, Dixon Advisory Canberra, and has a breadth of experience in wealth management. With a passion for investing, an interest in the dynamic nature of financial markets and an intimate, Madison partners with clients to help them make the most of their family wealth. Madison also facilitates Dixon Advisory’s award-winning Wise program in Canberra – a series of workshops for women to meet and explore financial matters in a relaxed and informal setting. Madison also appears on ABC Radio Canberra’s Morning Breakfast program, discussing the latest business and finance news. Having first joined Dixon Advisory supporting clients with their self-managed super funds, Madison later moved into Investment Advisory to pursue her passion for investing. Madison is now combining her across-the-board experience to support clients and educate families to build their family wealth, now and for retirement.Madison holds a Masters of Applied Finance (Kaplan), and a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Finance from the Australian National University. She is accredited by the Stockbrokers Association of Australia to provide advice and holds Graduate Diplomas in Financial Planning and Legal Practice.

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Level 1, 73 Northbourne Avenue,Canberra,ACT,Australia

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  • Dixon Advisory Canberra
    Level 1, 73 Northbourne Avenue
    Canberra ACT 2601
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  • Event Start:
    Thu 21 Mar 05:30 PM AEDT

    Event Finish:
    Thu 21 Mar 07:30 PM AEDT
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