Financial Planning 1
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- 13 Jul 2020
With a network of campuses across Brisbane and the Gold Coast, Griffith University is committed to progressive multidisciplinary teaching and research and a valuable online provider with Open Universities Australia. Already attracting students from more than 122 countries, Griffith's dedication to academic excellence is available across Australia through OUA.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- Explain how financial planners are regulated and their legal obligations when providing advice to a client
- Perform, present and analyse a range of calculations to support a client's goals
- Provide appropriate taxation strategies for a client
- Provide appropriate wealth creation strategies for a client that take into account their risk tolerance, risk capacity, investment timeframe and the benefits of diversification (where applicable)
- Provide appropriate wealth protection (insurance) strategies for a client using a needs based approach
- Provide appropriate retirement and estate planning strategies for a client
- Calculate a client's age pension entitlement and advise strategies for increasing this.
- Personal Financial Planning
- Financial Planning Skills
- Taxation Planning
- Goal setting / investment choices
- Investing directly in Cash, Fixed Interest, Shares & Property
- Investing in Managed Investment Schemes
- Risk Management & Insurance
- Estate Planning
- Social Security
- Development of a Statement of Advice
No eligibility requirements
- EquipmentDetails - Audio/Visual equipment
This course provides students with a broad overview of personal financial planning and what is required of a financial planner. It also provides students with an opportunity to practically apply the knowledge and skills learnt in this subject to a real-life financial planning task.
- Online Quiz (15%)
- Assignment (35%)
- Final Exam (50%)
Textbooks are not required.