Preparation for Retirement Seminar

21st January 2014

This event takes a positive look at what we should think about as we approach       retirement.

The subjects are covered optimistically, with plenty of straightforward hints and tips for making the most of this exciting time of life. This seminar not only covers finance but also health, fitness, relationships and how to approach increased leisure time in a positive manner. It aims to prepare people who are 1 - 5 years away from retirement to start  seriously thinking of what work has meant to them both mentally and socially,  and how to fill the gap it may leave. The outside training facility Niagara Sports & Social Club, Hillsborough, Sheffield is used. This location has good public transport links, easy access from both the North and South of the country by car, and ample parking. Delegates are welcome to bring spouses/partners. Fees are charged per delegate, and there is a discount for spouses/partners should they wish to attend. Costs include all materials, refreshments, and lunch on both days. Special dietary needs can be accommodated upon request. For further information give us a call on 0114 2490910 or check out our website www.prepinfo.co.uk

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