My name is John, I live in Melbourne, Australia.

I work in finance, and recently bought a $500k house in Australia.

I have a family of three kids, a wife, a son, and a daughter.

All three have worked hard to make it through their own childhoods and have never had a job.

As a result, I have an average annual salary of $60k.

But there is one part of my life that I am lucky to have access to, because I am the youngest child of an accountant.

He was born on the day that Australia joined the European Economic Community, and was raised in a family that had a very different lifestyle than the majority of Australians.

After high school, my family moved to Melbourne, where I attended the University of Melbourne.

At university, I studied Accounting.

My main interest is the management of finances.

When I went to work for a small accounting firm in Melbourne in the mid-90s, I was lucky enough to be asked to work on a project that I had been working on for about five years.

The project was to look at the distribution of assets in the Australian economy, and we were looking at an issue of very high complexity.

In fact, we were talking about the sale of the Royal Bank of Australia.