Noel Whittaker

Noel Whittaker
Born1940 (age 78–79)
OccupationWriter, journalist

Noel John Whittaker AM (born 1940)[1] is a writer and newspaper columnist. Whittaker has written 22 books, including Making Money Made Simple. Whittaker writes columns in major Australian newspapers, including The Age, The Sunday Mail (Brisbane), the Sydney Morning Herald, and The Sunday Times (Perth). He also writes for magazines and broadcasts on the radio.

For 30 years, he was the director of financial planning firm Whittaker Macnaught (which closed in 2013).[2] He has a degree in accountancy.


  • Australian Investment Planner of the Year (1988)
  • Australian Centenary Medal (2003)[3]
  • Member of the Order of Australia (2011)[4]


  • 25 Years Of Whitt & Wisdom
  • Aged Care, Who Cares?
  • Getting It Together
  • Golden Rules Of Wealth
  • Making Money Made Simple: New Edition
  • Money Tips – The Abc Of Money Matters
  • The Beginner’$ Guide To Wealth
  • The Retirement Living Handbook
  • The Self Managed Super Handbook
  • Winning Property Tax Strategies


  1. ^ Whittaker, Noel (12 April 2011). The Beginner's Guide to Wealth: To the Young People of the World. p. 2. ISBN 1459616812. Retrieved 3 March 2019.
  2. ^ "Whittaker Macnaught". Sunshine Coast Daily. Retrieved 4 July 2016.
  3. ^ "Noel Whittaker, Centenary Medal". Australian Honours Database. Retrieved 29 January 2011.
  4. ^ "Noel John Whittaker". Australian Honours Database. Retrieved 29 January 2011.

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