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  • No.005 Wednesday 22 February, 2006 FINANCIAL LITERACY A SKILL FOR LIFE “Learning to make better financial decisions will help young Australians safeguard their financial future,” the Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Peter Dutton, said today. The Minister welcomed today's release of research by the Commonwealth Bank Foundation into the
    Date: 22/02/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/R3UI6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: DUTTON, Peter, MP

  • No.002 Tuesday 14 February, 2006 GOVERNMENT DETERMINED TO HELP YOUNG PEOPLE BETTER HANDLE MONEY In the age of heavily marketed mobile phone services and a booming use of broadband internet it is important that young Australians are educated on how to avoid being swamped with debt, Assistant Treasurer, Peter Dutton,
    Date: 14/02/2006 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/4QRI6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: DUTTON, Peter, MP

  • No.048 Monday, 6 June 2005 UNDERSTANDING MONEY FINANCIAL LITERACY FOUNDATION LAUNCHED TO HELP ALL AUSTRALIANS A person earning $36,000 could be $790,000 better off over their working life by improving their understanding of money and by becoming more financially literate. The new figures, based on Treasury modelling, were released at
    Date: 06/06/2005 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/BF9G6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: BROUGH, Mal

  • C050/04 11 June 2004 HELPING AUSTRALIANS TO SPEND WISELY AND SAVE WELL It should be a natural instinct for all Australians to spend wisely, save well and plan for tomorrow, Minister for Revenue and Assistant Treasurer, Senator Helen Coonan, said today at the launch of the Consumer and Financial Literacy
    Date: 11/06/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/INSC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • SENATOR THE HON. HELEN COONAN MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND ASSISTANT TREASURER Address to the Financial Services Accountants Association Annual Conference The Regulatory Balancing Act Gold Coast 17 May 2004 I must say, I am very pleased to be here to speak with you today - not only are the issues
    Date: 17/05/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/LMRC6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

  • “SKILLED PEOPLE ARE THE KEY TO SUCCESS” ADDRESS TO THE MACQUARIE BANK FINANCIAL LITERACY FORUM - 25 FEBRUARY 2004 SENATOR HELEN COONAN MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND ASSISTANT TREASURER Thank you for this opportunity to talk to you today about financial literacy. It is a very fitting topic on which to
    Date: 25/02/2004 - Collection: Media - ID: media/pressrel/FQRB6 - Source: MINISTER FOR REVENUE AND... - Author: COONAN, Helen

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