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Make an Extraordinary Difference to Your Money

MoneyGet a copy of 'Your Money', the latest booklet from ASIC.

'If you apply the ideas in this booklet, you can make a truly extraordinary difference. Average income earners can potentially save hundreds of thousands of dollars by the time they retire...' said Chairman of ASIC, Mr Jeffrey Lucy.

Chairman of the Commonwealth's Financial Literacy Taskforce, Mr Paul Clitheroe says 'Taskforce research... discovered that a person on a salary of $36,000 per annum stands to lose $790,000 in lost wealth over the course of their life. This booklet pinpoints how to avoid those bad decisions.'

This booklet can help you:

  • Use your money more wisely.
  • Save for what you really want.
  • Manage your loans, insurance, superannuation and retirement saving.

ASIC wants you to be well informed and confident about financial decisions. This booklet can start you off on the right foot with general tips and explanations. Their ideas may not apply to your particular circumstances. You should speak to your Client Manager if you want personal financial advice. Through them you can organise to see a licensed financial adviser.

Click Here to get a free copy of 'Your money' now.

Copyright ASIC, 21 October 2004.

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