Ep. 30. (Q&A) Top Personal Finance Books, Financial Planners Charging $1,000 + A Commission & 3 ETFs We’d Buy

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About this episode:

Kate and Owen are back to answer your questions. Questions answered in this podcast include:

  • The duo’s favourite personal finance books
  • The new Commsec Pocket app
  • Is it normal for a financial planner t0 charge $1,000 and receive a commission?
  • Investing with $15,000 – do I need a financial adviser?
  • Buying or building a new house — and where to get advice
  • What 3 ETFs would you buy and why?
  • If you could buy just one share for your child which would you pick?
  • Are there any part-time jobs in finance?
  • Is a Master of Applied Finance a good qualification for finance professionals?

Resources:

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