Education and     


Financial Knowledge Centre

Our Financial Knowledge Centre is a great starting point in education on all things Personal Finance. We set this up becasue we recognise not everyone can afford advice, but we want people to make better financial decisions. 

Within this resource there are over 200 articles, as well as a 13 part personal finance course which includes money values, investments, superannuation, and aged care. 

You will also receive updates every month in our regular newsletter. 

Best of all, the Financial Knowledge Centre is FREE. 

The Lime Financial Blog



Before the establishment of the Financial Knowledge Centre our Senior Financial Planner used to write a number of articles on all things retirement, investing, insurance and money.

There are a a number of great articles you can access at our old blog. 

Seminars & Education Sessions

Our Senior Financial Planner is no stranger to speaking in front of groups, with experience presenting at conferences and running education seminars at a number of businesses including NAB, Sportsbet and Shape Australia. 

If you would like to organise an education session please get in touch. 

Give us a call on 03 9801 8822

Email us at

Find us at Suite 405, Level 4, Knox City Centre (in the tower) Wantirna VIC 3152

DISCLAIMER: The information contained within our website is of a general nature only and has been provided without taking account of your objectives, financial situation or needs. 

Because of this, you should consider, with or without the assistance of a financial adviser, whether the information is appropriate in light of your particular needs and circumstances.

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