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  • Jimmy Prince

    Jimmy B. Prince is a fellow of CPA Australia and a tax specialist. He is a former lecturer at LaTrobe University and teaches at the Centre for Adult Education. He has authored several investment books including Tax for Australians for Dummies, 2nd Edition and Shares & Taxation, and has worked for the Australian Taxation Office and CPA Australia.

  • Nicole Pedersen-Mckinnon

    Nicole Pedersen-McKinnon is a financial editor, commentator and author, as well as a qualified financial adviser and stockbroker. She is the editor of The Australian Financial Review’s newsstand magazine, AFR Smart Investor, and also the editor of the AFR Investor newspaper liftout published in The Sun-Herald and The Sunday Age. She has written two books - one on building wealth and one on breaking out of debt. Nicole makes regular expert appearances on Channels 7, 9 and 10, as well as ABC radio. A sought-after public speaker, she has also addressed investment audiences as far afield as the United States.

  • Cathy Pearce

    Cathy Jayne Pearce is a property sensation; her story is classic rags-to-riches tale. A non-performer at school, she went on to create a residential property development company that turns over more than $100 million in sales annually. While the property market has now passed it's boom, there is still money to be made in investing in property. In 'Real Estate Cash from Treasure and Trash', Cathy will show you how to find real estate trash and turn it into real estate cash. Based in Adelaide, Cathy Jayne Pearce is a self-made, self-motivated and inspirational businesswoman. At just 32, her company Cathy Jayne Developments in the last year successfully turned over 400 properties.

  • Barabara Page

    Living and working in one of the most beautiful places in Australia, qualified accountants Martienne Freeth, CA and Barbara Page, CPA, have worked both in public practice and the commercial sector. They are partners in an accounting and consulting practice on the Sunshine Coast in Queensland. They have been consulting and mentoring clients for many years. They are very committed and passionate about educating and empowering people to assist them in making informed decisions about their wealth creation. Their personal journeys highlighted the importance of their mindsets and limiting beliefs about money, beliefs that needed to be changed. They looked for tools that would assist them in changing these limiting beliefs and revising their abundance blueprints. Based on their own holistic journeys, they discovered, through the process of consulting and mentoring clients, that many of their clients were experiencing the same issues. Clients’ successes were being hindered by their limiting beliefs. Being familiar with those beliefs, Martienne and Barb were able to clearly identify them. Under the traditional accounting model, the mindset is not even considered, let alone recognised, and Martienne and Barb realised a system was required to encompass these parameters. The result was the birth of the first holistic consulting practice! As personal consultants, Martienne and Barb found they could not service the volume of clients who wished to see them, and this got them thinking about how to share their knowledge. This lead to the creation of their first book, Empowered Wealth Strategies..

  • John Potter

    John Potter's amazing life in the world of the Australian Real Estate market covers a number of decades and has a track record in successful real estate negotiations and Australian property developments. An important part of his career was his appointment as CEO of Villa World, just at a time when the company had a large number of unsold homes due to the introduction of GST in 2000 and a net profit after tax of approximately $5 m. Under his direction and vision Villa World profits soared to $12 million, $18 million and then $24 million, until his resignation in September 2003. John's success is attributed to his ability to execute excellent value deals. While CEO at Villa John Potter was highly successfully in negotiating 50 large property acquisitions and was considered to be the most effective negotiator on Villa World's board, according to Villa world's co-founder, Tony Bawden. This is John's first book.