Retirement is a reward, a bonus, a thirteenth cheque, if you like. Above all, it is a fully productive extension of a fully productive life. It’s a time to be inspired and to inspire others in turn. A time to reap and enjoy the rewards of the hard work, dedication and service you put into the earlier half of your life.
Come lift the veil, open the door and unlock the secrets to a rich, rewarding, fulfilling, fun and inspired retirement at the Investment and Retirement Expo 2014, from 24 – 26 October 2014 at the Coca-Cola dome in Northriding, Johannesburg. Your expo for perfect planning, proactive investing, positive living and healthy aging.
Believe It or Not, The Investment and Retirement Expo is for YOU!
Whether you’re 20-something and just starting your career, 40-something and at the pinnacle of your profession, 60-something and considering gearing down or are blissfully retired and looking for more fun options, this is your show.
That’s why the Investment and Retirement Expo attracts a multi-generational audience of visitors, each at different stages of life but all with the common goal of retiring well.
Where do you fit into the spectrum?
- 20 + Good planning and savings habits are inspired and begin now
- 30 + Generation Y: Serious financial planning begins now
- 40 + Generation X: Re-evaluating and boosting financial and lifestyle planning
- 50 + Entering peak planning and savings years
- 60 + Entering retirement and evaluating your current lifestyle and financial position, with long-term goals
- 70 + Choosing to stay active and seeking guidance for meaningful lifestyle choices as well as health and wellness support
It’s true that the earlier you begin planning for retirement, the more richly rewarding and secure that retirement will be. It’s also true that it’s better to start planning late than to never plan at all for retirement. Regardless of where you fit in on that spectrum, the Investment and Retirement Expo has the answers to the questions you’re longing to ask as well as answers to those you never thought to ask.