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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.
It takes time, commitment and no small expense to achieve a professional designation. The payback comes in more ways than one.
The Financial Planning Association of Australia (FPA) has offered to step back from the Financial Planning Education Council (FPEC) to give the council a chance to be recognised as the peak education standard-setting body for the whole financial planning industry.
The financial planning industry is awash in an alphabet soup of accreditations, certifications, designations and qualifications.
ONE in three Australians are choosing the do-it-yourself option at tax time and bypassing the need for an accountant to file their returns.
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