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Many of you are keen to meet and chat about your latest Super Statement which is terrific!  However, it’s finding that time to come out to our Hamilton Office.

If you are Brisbane CBD located, I’ll cover your return Uber ride to visit us Portside to kick start your Super Statement review.  If you would like to “Uber Ride & Chat”, let’s make a diary date soon.

I also hear what people who work in the mines or FIFO are saying in regional Queensland.  It perhaps can be the last thing you want to do after a hitch with so many family, social and personal “to – do” lists to conquer.
I visit regional hubs throughout the year and will always let you know when I am in town.  If there are a few of you, with or without your significant other, who would like to block out some time to discuss your latest super Statement, I’ll happily book a flight and meeting space for us to catch up.

At the outset, it might be you are keen to find out how I may be able to assist you and your family – what services I offer.  More than happy to visit you regionally and discuss in person.

Hopefully with the tax year just passed, reviewing your super is still fresh in your minds?  You do work hard for your money, make sure it’s working hard for the future you.

Don’t forget Hindsightwealth’s WEALTHFIT APP – your Financial Adviser in your back pocket.






A handy go – to financial tool for those who like to keep track of news, tips and ideas to improve your future wealth.  For my existing clients, it’s also a handy login space to check your real time Super balance. 

Download the WEALTHFIT APP today. You want to Uber Ride & Chat?   Email me | or phone me 0403 156 625.


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