More than 1,000 people gathered at the National Gallery of Victoria’s iconic gallery to mark the launch of its new wealth calculator, which aims to help users calculate their net worth.
The calculator features a wealth guide for the US, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong, along with a wealth bar for those in the UK, France, Germany, Japan and Germany.
It also includes an updated version of the Forbes Billionaires list.
“The wealth calculator is really important for our society and our economy,” National Gallery director of exhibitions and programs Paul Jaffe told the ABC.
It’s their ability to contribute and that’s a really important thing for us to see.” “
It’s the underlying value of their lives and their relationships.
It’s their ability to contribute and that’s a really important thing for us to see.”
Mr Jaffe said the calculator would help the public better understand the values they value in their personal finances.
“We want to give them the tools to help them make informed decisions about the kind of wealth they want to create in the future,” he said.
The calculator has a wealth of more than $5 trillion (AU$5.7 trillion) for those aged between 30 and 65, with net worth estimated at more than 1.3 billion Australian dollars (AU350,000). “
This will help them do that.”
The calculator has a wealth of more than $5 trillion (AU$5.7 trillion) for those aged between 30 and 65, with net worth estimated at more than 1.3 billion Australian dollars (AU350,000).
It was designed to help people better understand how much money they have and how much they have left over to invest in the economy.
Mr Jaffas said the new tool was being used by many people across Australia.
“One of the most powerful tools for people to really understand their own financial health is to have a wealth calculator,” he told the Australian Financial Review.
“I think that it’s going to help millions of people, people who might not be able to access the calculator on their own, who can now use it to figure out how much wealth they have, and how they want that wealth to be spent.”
The National Gallery has a range of exhibitions including the Australian-born artist Richard Attenborough, who is a founding member of the museum’s advisory board.
It has also hosted the Australian Film Festival and the Australian National Exhibition.
The Australian Film Centre has launched its own wealth calculator which can be used to estimate a person’s net worth based on income tax, benefits, pensions, property and capital gains.
The calculator can also be used for tax purposes, including calculating the amount of a persons deductions for the GST and stamp duty.
The National Museum of Australia, which has hosted the world’s largest collection of artworks, has a new calculator, called the National Museums Wealth Calculator, which allows users to create a “budget for the future”.
The new tool will be available in January.