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Confirmation of Candidature - Candidate : Ben Neilson

Digitising Data Collection in Australian Financial Planning Practice: A Work-Based Study Identifying Benefits that may be Available to Address key Problematic Issues Associated With Traditional Approaches
07 SEP 2022
12.00 PM - 1.30 PM

Financial Advice is important for the development of individual financial literacy, financial resilience, and financial decision-making processes. Costs of accessing financial advice has increased significantly in the last three years. Data collection comprises of the largest time contributor in the financial advice process. Traditional method of data collection increases the barriers to accessing cost effective financial advice. Research seeks to identify key problematic data collection themes from qualitative data. It then aims to apply solutions in the form of benefits to these themes by use of data collection software. Research seeks to measure impacts of benefits on the process of providing financial advice through quantitative data. Makes an original contribution to data collection methodologies applied in the field of financial planning through a regional south-east Queensland context.

For more information or zoom link, please email the Graduate Research School or phone (07) 4631 1088.  The zoom links are included in the ReDTrain Bulletin.