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Uni’s well and truly in session and your workload is gaining momentum like a steam train. Dreaming of pumping those breaks and travelling the world on your trimester break? We spoke to Dr Adrian Raftery, Senior Lecturer in Financial Planning and Superannuation at Deakin University, for some top tips to help students save for their dream holiday.
Deakin’s financial planning expert shares back to school savings tips
Financial planners still lag decades behind accountants in terms of educational requirements for those who practice within the two sectors, according to the head of one of Australia’s largest financial planning university programs.
The last few years have been horror ones financially for alot of people. But 2015 is starting to look pretty good. Dr Adrian Raftery, senior lecturer in Financial Planning and Superannuation at Deakin University, provides a few ideas for creating your own list of New Year's resolutions to help put your finances in better shape in 2015.
Academics from Deakin University and the University of Western Sydney (UWS) have been named the winners of the 2015 Financial Planning Education Council (FPEC) Academic Research Grants, which are sponsored by the FPA.
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