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Financial Planning Courses

Learn and develop your career with Australia's #1 Financial Services Academy.

Integrity Education's core focus is to provide quality financial services training. Our people and passion ensure quality learning outcomes for our students to prepare them to be 'work ready' for the career they choose to pursue.  Some of Integrity's key strengths include:

  • Our Trainers and Assessors possess the unique combination of professional industry experience and a strong desire to share their knowledge through training.
  • Course materials are relevant, practical and written/updated by industry practitioners to ensure the currency of the knowledge throughout all of our courses.
  • Unlimited student support services (phone, email or in person), ensuring every participant maximises their learning experience to make the most of their studies.
  • A variety of assessment techniques are used to cater for the needs of individual learning styles.
  • Study options - students can complete studies either online or in one of our structured, face-to-face workshops. The workshop programs offer students the opportunity to talk directly with experienced industry practitioner who run the workshops, and are a great way to network amongst peers.



Australian Taxation Law (FNSTPB506 Module)



  • Concepts of: income, deductions, tax offsets/rebates, residence, source, including the principles of the taxation of negative gearing, fixed income investments, capital allowances and income protection/ replacement
  • Tax treatment of: individuals, partnerships, companies and trusts including treatment of imputation credits, deferred and tax free trust distributions
  • Employee remuneration including fringe benefits tax, salary packaging, termination payments and employee share schemes
  • Capital gains tax (CGT), including CGT event A1 happening on disposal of an asset, the CGT discounts, the CGT consequences of death (estate planning) and the main residence exemption (and its application to investment properties), the availability of CGT concessions for small business, roll-overs, deemed disposals and gifts
  • Superannuation: key areas concerning taxation of contributions, fund earnings and benefits. At times expert advice may need to be sought on self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) and more detailed topics
  • Tax anti-avoidance provisions (especially those relating to promoter penalties)
  • Ethical and professional responsibilities of tax (financial) advisers including obligations under the TASA and TASR

In addition, the course should cover the following areas of taxation law at a basic awareness level:

  • Goods and services tax
  • Tax administration including assessments, amendments and objections


Australian Commercial Law (FNSTPB507 Module)


The course must cover at least the following key areas:

  • Introductory contract law
  • Fundamental legal concepts of business organisational structures (that is, sole traders, partnerships, corporations and trusts) and the underlying regulation of those structures
  • Aspects of the law of torts (in particular, negligence and negligent misstatement) and the key provisions of the Competition and Consumer Act 1910, including those relating to misleading and deceptive conduct.