University Talk – Can you afford to send your child to uni?
27 March @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am
As a parent in this ever-shrinking world, one thing’s for sure; gone are the days of dropping our kids off at the local train station and waving them off en route to the local university, only to see them return the following weekend with a bag full of laundry and a ravenous appetite.
Although there are many opportunities available both locally and abroad, they can come at a steep cost, and it’s never too early to plan ahead.
Come and meet the team from AAM Advisory – Rebecca F Regan, Jacqui McQuillan, Tanya Maher and Claudia Stein – all of whom are mothers of kids ranging from preschoolers to uni students. They will be breaking down the costs, showing what you need to take into consideration, giving examples from Australia, the UK, the US and Singapore, and advising how you can start planning, or how to review if your planning is already underway.
If you choose to take up the lunch option at Jaxs after the talk, main course options include a goat’s cheese salad with beetroot, baby spinach, walnuts and grapes, a tuna Nicoise salad, and pumpkin tortellini in a basil cream sauce, each accompanied by a glass of Prosecco or house wine, or a soft drink.
WHEN: 27 March 2019 @ 10am
WHERE: Jaxs Bistro @ The Hollandse Club, 22 Camden Park, Singapore 299814
Tickets are available to purchase below.
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AAM Advisory, recent winners of Best Adviser Firm by region by the International Adviser Best Practice Adviser Awards (Singapore), offers complete financial planning services for expatriates, Permanent Residents and Singaporeans focused around wealth creation and preservation strategies. The company has a team of fully experienced financial representatives backed by a wealth of research, knowledge and expertise servicing over 5,000 clients and in excess of SGD 1 billion under advisement. AAM Advisory holds a Financial Adviser’s license from the Monetary Authority of Singapore (No. FA100032)