From kart racer to actor to athlete, Matteo Guidicelli has been many things in life, but it was early this year when he embraced his best role yet: a loving husband to Sarah Geronimo.
“These are the best times of my life,” Matteo exclaimed, basking in the newlywed glow. “I’m thankful to wake up next to my wife every single day. I feel blessed.”
As he begins a new chapter in his life, Matteo is not only enjoying the present but also preparing for the future. He is already recalibrating his financial journey to ensure that he will be able to provide not only for his wife but also for the children they wish to have.
This is where Sun Life Philippines comes in. Sun Life has always been Matteo’s partner in building his financial foundation, more so now that he is in a new stage of his life as a family man.
Matteo’s new life stage has prompted Sun Life to create the Newlywed Starter Pack, a bundle of financial solutions ideal for those who are starting a family or saving up for their future milestones. The Newlywed Starter Pack combines the SUN Smarter Life Classic life insurance and Sun Life Prosperity Achiever 2028 mutual fund investment with rates starting at P5,000 per month.
“I believe in the value of proper planning for my various pursuits, such as a movie role or a triathlon race, and I look forward to applying this in the next level of my financial journey. With Sun Life, I am more confident that I can give my loved ones a brighter future,” Matteo said.
Those who wish to know more about the Celebrity Product Starter Packs are encouraged to consult a Sun Life advisor who can help them assess their financial needs and further customize the bundles to meet their goals. To connect with a Sun Life advisor, one may visit bit.ly/advisormatch. More details are available at sunlife.com.ph and on Sun Life Philippines’ official Facebook page.
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