Who is Kassia Klinger?
Kassia is an author, advocate and presenter living on the beautiful Hunter coast of New South Wales, Australia.

A narrative non-fiction Confessions of ethical investing (2014) and op-ed Red Zone Lives Matter (2018) have been published in her name, plus an article edited by Kassia A brief history of ethical investing by James Thier published on FutureSuper’s website (2018) are also on her credits list.
She has also built up a loyal following via five years of Facebook commentary @EthicalInvesting (until 2019) plus more recently @PFASdivestNOW (since 2018).

In recent years Kassia has penned two novels plus two short stories, all based on true stories. Her first novel is set on a hippy commune in 1970s Nimbin and the other during recent times in The Hunter Valley.

She has been writing part-time since 2012 and is keen to find a publisher to get her recent work out to a broader audience after her experience in self-publishing when first the publishing-services company then the distributor also collapsed.

Prior to her writing life Kassia worked in financial services and before that in public relations. Kassia was awarded a bachelor degree majoring in journalism from Deakin University and masters in management specialising in sustainable leadership from Macquarie Graduate School of Management.

Kassia is a mum, keen koala support-carer, Landcare volunteer, Permaculture gardener, chook-keeper and trivia tragic
This book is NOT designed to give individual financial advice; it’s a story with facts, analysis and opinion only. I am not a financial adviser or planner and take no responsibility for any action that you take or do not take after reading this book.
Note of Caution
Please consult an independent, qualified, certified and registered financial planning professional BEFORE making major financial decisions or changing your financial plans.

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