A highly regarded expert with over four decades of experience in Early Childhood Education and Care has taken out this year’s QUT Faculty of Education Outstanding Alumni Award for her dedication to early childhood learning.
There are many uncertainties and changes to the global economy that impact everyone’s finances.
On Tuesday 1 December we were joined by finance guru, Noel Whittaker, and Head of the QUT Business School of Accountancy, Professor Lisa McManus.
During this live, collaborative webinar, our finance experts explored the topic of creating wealth and saving tax during uncertain times. Professor McManus chatted with Noel about his decades of experience as a financial advisor; his new book, Retirement Made Simple; and offered advice on generating wealth, investing, superannuation, and funding retirement.
View the recording below.
International bestselling author, finance and investment expert, radio broadcaster, newspaper columnist and public speaker, Noel Whittaker is one of the world’s foremost authorities on personal finance. Noel reaches over four million readers each week through his columns in major Australian newspapers all over in Australia, is a regular contributor to magazines and websites, and appears on radio and television. In 2011 he was made a Member of the Order of Australia for service to the community in raising awareness of personal finance. Noel Whittaker’s new book ‘Retirement Made Simple’ can be purchased via his website.
Professor Lisa McManus is the Head of School (Accountancy) and commenced in this role in May this year, with her previous role as Head of School (Accounting, Economics and Finance) at the University of Tasmania. Lisa has taught across undergraduate and postgraduate courses in management accounting and financial accounting areas, as well as statistics. She has received several teaching awards across the course of her academic career.
One of Australia’s leading creative writers and public commentators on diversity and representation in the media has been named the QUT Creative Industries Faculty Outstanding Alumni Award winner.