#MyLifeIn51Years 💪🏻

So, you’ve been hearing gist about the upcoming LIMER Conference.

By now, you know it’s taking place this Saturday, August 27, 2016.

You also know that the Conference will take place at the LCCI Conference and Exhibition Center in Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

But, what can you look forward to when you defy all odds to be at this Conference?

Well, here are a few things you should know…

The Conference is the 3rd in the series of Conferences put together by LIMER Personal Finance this year.

Previous editions of the Conference had a combined total of 516 participants.

The maiden edition of the Conference was over booked even as at the day before the Conference.

Many late registrants had to join in on Twitter, as our Conference venue had a space limit.

Themes for previous editions were #ThisThingCalledMoney and #SavingIsPossible.

Speakers at previous editions include:

Olubunmi Samuel-Adeyemi of LIMER Personal Finance,

‘Dayo Ayeni of BusinessPlus,

‘Bisi Ogunwale of Essential Infrastructure (UK) Ltd,

Michael Olafusi of UrBizEdge Ltd.,

Ope’ Osiyemi of EdgeEdwards Company Ltd.,

Rotimi Eyitayo of TeamMasters Ltd.,

Temi Ashabi-Ajibewa of #TheMillionnaireHousewife brand,

Sherif Ibrahim of MyCashInvest Ltd. and

Jumoke Oduwole of KJK.COM.NG.

This 3rd edition is focused on Retirement Planning for Young People, hence the theme #MyLifeIn51Years.

Did you know…

Your ability to retire is based on your savings rate.

Your savings rate is defined as what percentage of your income you save monthly.

It is not sufficient to save; you have to invest your savings, too.

If you only save 10% of your income, you’ll need to do this for 51 years before you can finally retire.

That’s 10% of your income saved plus invested at about 6 – 7% per annum.

If you push up your savings rate to 15% of your income, you can retire about 47 years from now.

And if, by some magical power, you can save 100% of your income, you may well retire right after reading this. Lol!

Now that you know…

Do you regularly save up to 10% of your income?

Have you found an investment vehicle that pays you up to 6-7% to put your savings into?

What will your life look like 51 years from now?

Are you setting yourself up to HAVE to work for as long as you are alive?

Will you EVER be able to retire?

Do you have a plan in place or are you simply hoping you will retire someday?

Are you unconsciously looking to your children to be responsible for your upkeep in old age?

For your benefit…

The Conference space has been expanded to accommodate more participants this time.

You get the opportunity to tap into the wealth of 10 industry leaders.

Thanks to feedback from previous Conferences, we’ve created more opportunities to ask questions.

You may send your questions in advance to: limerfinance@gmail.com.

The Conference is designed to allow for networking breaks, so you can expand your professional network.

You may either register at: http://www.limerpfc3.eventbrite.com or at bit.ly/MyLifeIn51Years.

The Conference will be compered by 2 professionals, so you’ll have fun while learning.

This Conference is hosted on a Saturday to accommodate working professionals who would otherwise have been at work.

Meet our speakers…

A rep. of the CBN will help you see less risky and more affordable investment opportunities in the Money Market.

Ope’ Osiyemi of EdgeEdwards Company Ltd. will help you see insurance as a tool to plan your retirement.

A rep. of PenCom will be at the Conference to help you understand Pensions.

Dr. Adetiloye of Covenant University will help you peep into International Finance – as it operates on the global scene.

You know the world is now a global village? Your competition may be in another part of the world.

A rep. of the SEC will teach you how to prepare your small business to be listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange.

Your business should outlive you, shouldn’t it?

Prof. Yomi Fawehinmi will be at the Conference to open your eyes to those skills you need to acquire now to be relevant in future.

You know how some careers will be wiped out, simply because their foundational skills have become outdated?

Our e-Dr. Funmi Okusanya will ensure you are healthy enough to enjoy the wealth you acquire.

Her team will be on hand to administer tests at the venue of the Conference.

You will meet Barr. Kayode Adeniji, our African Philosopher and Thinker.

He will paint you a picture of Africa in the coming years and your specific role in this New Africa.

Have you given some thought to how Technology is changing the way we do things?

Mr. Deola Kayode will be at the Conference to tell you how to take position for what’s likely to be in the next 20 – 30 years.

And, Dr. Ore Sofekun of Investment One will help you to know what investments to put your money into for the long term.

Remember how you have to invest your savings to be able to retire early?

Are you still wondering whether to attend/partner with us on this Conference?

Kindly send an e-mail to olubunmi@limerglobal.com. Let’s talk about what’s bothering you, alright?

Details again are:

Date: Saturday, August 27, 2016.

Time: 10a.m.

Venue: LCCI Conference and Exhibition Center, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos.

So check us out with these hash tags…

#MyLifeIn51Years #RetirementPlan #HowDoesRetireLookLike #StartAsEarlyAsNow #RetireYourWay #PlanToEnjoyYourRetirement

Register at: http://www.limerpfc3.eventbrite.com.

Or, at: bit.ly/MyLifeIn51Years.

Send your questions in advance to: limerfinance@gmail.com.

Learn more about LIMER Personal Finance at: http://www.limerglobal.com.

See you at the Conference!

Olubunmi Samuel-Adeyemi.
LIMER Personal Finance Coach.
08032320111.

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