FINM1401 Week 10 Chapter 16: Insurance-Income Protection, Health and General
A range of benefits is available to those who become disabled and are unable to earn an income.
Full protection needs insurance and a wide variety of policies is availab
FINM1401 Lecture 3 - Chapter 5 Cash Flow and Budgeting
Constructing financial statements and developing budgets is an integral part of the financial planning
Financial advisers must know where their clients stand financially in order
FINM1401 Lecture 3 - Chapter 6 Securing and Managing Credit
In recent decades personal debt has grown significantly in Australia
Debt is used for different types of expenditure, and different consumer credit products have been
developed to me
FINM1401 Week 9 Chapter 17: Superannuation and Retirement
Many rules apply to the taxation and operation of superannuation funds.
Superannuation is a very important tool of financial planning.
A well constructed financial plan is the basis of a w
FINM1401 Week 10 Chapter 15: Insurance-Life
There are four ways to manage risk: avoid, reduce, retain or transfer.
Life, TPD, and trauma insurances are ways to transfer unavoidable risks.
Death and disability can have devastating consequences for
FINM 1401 Lecture 5 Investing in Shares
People invest for all sorts of reasons. Some do it as a way of accumulating money for major future
purchases such as a car or deposit on a home, some as a way of supplementing their income (for