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Sara Whiteside has recently become both a:
- CFP (Certified Financial Planner), and
- SPAA (Self-Managed Super Fund Professionals’ Association Of Australia) accredited Professional.
What is a CFP Professional – FPA (Financial Planning Association) website
The CFP Marks identify practitioners who are dedicated to a high level of professionalism in the delivery of personal financial advice to clients. They have achieved the highest accreditation available to financial planners worldwide...read more http://www.goodadvice.com.au/
What is a SPAA Professional – SPAA website
Only SPAA SMSF Specialist Advisers have undergone an independent accreditation program which not only test knowledge of SMSF legislation and regulatory requirements but also assesses professional business and ethical practices, integrity, professionalism and ethical standards are...read more http://spaa.asn.au/portal/
FYM Financial is also a Principal Member of the FPA (Financial Planning Association)
To find both our Advisers and practice, FYM Financial, please visit http://www.goodadvice.com.au/
Should you with to contact Sara, please do so on:
Phone: (03) 9629 9900
Fax: (03) 9620 4004
Ayn Rand has been described as perhaps the most famous and greatest female philosopher of the Twentieth Century, perhaps of all times. She is the most widely read.
The Fountainhead's protago
Ayn Rand (20th January 1905 – 6th March 1982) was a Russian-American novelist, philosopher, playwright and screenwriter. She is known for her two best-selling novels and for developing a philosophical system called Objectivism. She first achieved fame with her 1943 novel The Fountainhead, which is more popular and widely read today than it was then.
Her political views, reflected in both her fiction and her theoretical work, emphasise individual rights (including property rights) and laissez-faire capitalism, enforced by constitutionally limited government. She was a fierce opponent of all forms of collectivism and statism, including fascism, communism, socialism and the welfare state, and promoted ethical egoism while rejecting the ethic of altruism. She considered reason to be the only means of acquiring knowledge and its advocacy the most important aspect of her philosophy, stating, "I am not primarily an advocate of capitalism, but of egoism; and I am not primarily an advocate of egoism, but of reason. If one recognises the supremacy of reason and applies it consistently, all the rest follows."