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Money Spinners

Author : Annelise Nielsen
ISBN : 9781760893170
Genre : Australians
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Is financial advice riddled with scandals because there are just a few bad apples or is there an inherent conflict in the profession? Financial advice in Australia started with insurance brokers going door to door dispensing advice, and that slowly edged its way into financial advice then, compulsory superannuation set the industry off and racing. There have been scandals, collapses, merges, soft approaches to regulations and a history of skewed priorities. The drive for competition saw a lack of self-regulation that lead, ultimately to the Banking Royal Commission and an opportunity to expose the worst operators and the bad advice being dispensed. Incompetence, conflicts of interest and greed are all exposed. Where to from here? ASIC and APRA have become emboldened, but where will ordinary Australians be going to receive the best direction for a secure financial future? Annelise Nielsen has watched and studied the implosion of the financial services sector and in clear language, wades through the weasel words to provide some clarity.
Category: Australians

The Money Spinners

Author : Rod McQueen
ISBN : UCAL:B4420826
Genre : Bankers
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Category: Bankers

Shakespeare S Money

Author : Robert Bearman
ISBN : 9780191077050
Genre : Literary Criticism
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There is no doubting Shakespeare's literary genius, immortalised in his published work. However, statements along these lines are frequently followed by laments of how little is known about this life. This is true if we wish to know about Shakespeare's movements on even a month-by-month basis, or about his working practices and relationships with his theatrical fellows. However, too great an emphasis on this dearth of material not only leads to ill-informed comment that this is somehow 'suspicious' but also tends to downgrade the importance of what material has survived, often dismissed instead simply as evidence of his business dealings which have little bearing on his creative work. However, this material does at least help us to evaluate how successful Shakespeare was in earning a living in a profession which, in his day, was far from mainstream. By calculating his income from theatrical sources and exploring how this affected his financial circumstances and his ability to invest for his and his family's security, we can come to a better understanding of his social standing at different periods in his life, the most obvious evidence to his late sixteenth- and early seventeenth-century contemporaries of his success. Shakespeare undoubtedly died a man of comfortable means, but, as this book demonstrates, there is little to justify claims that he died possessed of great wealth. The circumstances of his daughters' marriages are a sufficient indication that he had not achieved true gentlemanly status. Other evidence suggests that he had not broken convincingly into the ranks of leading figures even of a small market town. Moreover, following a period of increasing prosperity, these 'business records' also reflect a declining income during the last ten years or so of his life and of his efforts to safeguard his assets. On the other hand, when compared with his father's business failure, mainly the result of a loss of credit, it is clear that, consciously or unconsciously, Shakespeare had the good sense or foresight not to over-reach himself.
Category: Literary Criticism

Mission And Money

Author : Mari-Anna Auvinen-Pöntinen
ISBN : 9789004318496
Genre : Religion
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Mission and Money; Christian Mission in the Context of Global Inequalities evaluates Church mission and the ethics of the global economy. Contributions are based on keynote presentations at the IAMS Europe Conference held in April 2014 in Helsinki, Finland.
Category: Religion

The Virgin Money Maker

Author : Chris Newlands
ISBN : 9780753550380
Genre : Business & Economics
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Want to know your ISA from your elbow, get personal with your loans or become rate savvy? Now you can make your money work for you and take the stress out of organizing your finances. Whether choosing a mortgage, shopping around for the best credit card deal or just trying to save some of your hard-earned cash, The Virgin Money Maker cuts through the financial jargon to give you sensible information on the best way to manage your cash. With expert advice on credit cards, mortgages, current accounts, savings, ISAs, pensions, loans, internet banking, debt solving and much more, this indispensable book is full of practical ideas to help you get the most from your money.
Category: Business & Economics

More Miles Than Money

Author : Garth Cartwright
ISBN : 9781846686870
Genre : Music
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Constantly in motion, Cartwright observes a frayed, divided US, one plagued by crystal meth and poverty. But when the music plays and the open road calls he finds America's primal spirit remains. More Miles Than Money is an outsider's fierce odyssey through the land of the free.
Category: Music

Money And Power In Anglo Saxon England

Author : Rory Naismith
ISBN : 9781139503006
Genre : History
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This groundbreaking study of coinage in early medieval England is the first to take account of the very significant additions to the corpus of southern English coins discovered in recent years and to situate this evidence within the wider historical context of Anglo-Saxon England and its continental neighbours. Its nine chapters integrate historical and numismatic research to explore who made early medieval coinage, who used it and why. The currency emerges as a significant resource accessible across society and, through analysis of its production, circulation and use, the author shows that control over coinage could be a major asset. This control was guided as much by ideology as by economics and embraced several levels of power, from kings down to individual craftsmen. Thematic in approach, this innovative book offers an engaging, wide-ranging account of Anglo-Saxon coinage as a unique and revealing gauge for the interaction of society, economy and government.
Category: History

Tenants Of An Old Farm

Author : Henry Christopher McCook
ISBN : UVA:X000991403
Genre : Insects
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Go It Alone

Author : Geoff Burch
ISBN : 9781119950066
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this completely updated and revised edition, Go it Alone! provides essential information for anyone who wants to get out of the rat race and work as a free agent, or start their own business. From the ins and outs of writing a business plan, to how to win customer loyalty Geoff Burch in his usual provocative and anecdotal style gives the common sense advice we've been waiting for. Along with Geoff's missives and anecdotes, he provides excercises and a resource directory. All of which make great reading and inspiration for anyone to Go it Alone! Readership: budding entrepreneurs or those wanting to find out how to become a free agent.
Category: Business & Economics

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ISBN : UOM:39015057048038
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Tenants Of An Old Farm

Author : Henry Christopher McCook
Genre : Insects
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The Continent

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ISBN : MINN:319510021488660
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