Financial advice service offers support

While the COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in significant morbidity and mortality worldwide, it is also significantly impacting the economy.

This is leading to fear, anxiety and loss of confidence among people of all ages, many who are now out of work as a result of the virus.

To provide help and support during this crisis, Australia’s first online financial adviser, LifeSherpa is now providing memberships free of charge for those seeking to protect their finances.

“It is a very challenging time for everyone, especially young people, as they deal with the uncharted economic waters and need a plan as well as free and ethical financial advice,” LifeSherpa Consumer Campaigner, Christopher Zinn says.

To help those struggling financially, LifeSherpa has made its $15 a month premium membership and Budget Course (normally $299) available for free over the next three months – the offer expires end of June 2020.

Existing members will also have their membership fees waived for this period.

The free offer comes with no strings and no obligations attached, and forms part of LifeSherpa’s mission for all Australians who need it to get access to affordable advice.

Those who complete the Budget Course will also be eligible for a free online session with a licensed financial adviser to discuss their options.

“I created LifeSherpa because I was tired of the same old money advice that didn’t work in today’s world.

“I knew there had to be a better, easier way and the result is LifeSherpa, which now has 8,100 members who are provided with practical advice online and over the phone by our licensed advisers,” Owner of LifeSherpa and Financial Adviser, Vince Scully says.

For more information and to apply for the three months free membership offer, visit:

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