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Are you starting over?

For those of you working in the resources industry, you would no doubt understand the potential downside is the punishing rosters and long periods away from home that can take a toll on family and personal life. Sure, the money is good for the most part, but it comes at a cost.
Unfortunately, some marriages suffer irreparably and many find themselves having to “start over” after relationship breakdown or divorce. 
It can be an extremely difficult time and apart from the emotional strain, there’s the stress of having to rebuild financially.  You may find yourself in a situation where you’re left with minimal assets and essentially must start over.
In this situation, it’s critical to make sure you have your superannuation structured and invested correctly.
If you’ve come through a divorce with your superannuation intact, it may end up being your biggest asset.
You really need to get it working for you and you need to make sure your income is adequately insured.
If you’re starting over, the income you’ll earn between now and retirement is extremely important in helping you to build an asset base to fund you in your later years.
Hindsight Wealth's free super review and Statement of Advice you receive as a result of the review, perhaps would be a good place to start - to help you rebuild your retirement asset?
You have options on how we can connect and hold a review of your latest super statement: text me a photo or email it to me. We can chat on the phone or hold an online meeting. We can meet and I can shout you a coffee and or a Uber ride to our Hamilton office!
The best thing about my review service is that it is free with no obligation. You have access to a qualified Financial Adviser to discuss your unique situation and to take away from our time together, considered opportunities and recommendations tailored to your needs.

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