Explore our collection of money management tools and resources to help build your financial confidence.


Buster: What is a guarantor?

Finding that 20% deposit for your home isn’t easy however there are ways that your family could help. One way is by acting as a guarantor to help secure your home loan. Find out more by watching our Jargon Buster video.


Self-managed super basics.

Interested in a self-managed super fund (SMSF) but not sure where to start? SMSFs are becoming increasingly popular but aren’t necessarily right for everyone. This video addresses the basics of establishing and managing a self-managed super fund.

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How to reduce financial stress associated with a cancer diagnosis.

Understand the cost of health care and treatment following the diagnosis of cancer. Learn where to find financial support.

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Making the most of higher super contribution caps and salary sacrificing.

Want to find out how to boost your superannuation savings? After July 1 the new pre-tax cap will be $27,500. Find out how to make the most of higher super contribution caps.

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How to fix your credit rating for free.

If your credit rating is suffering, discover tips on how to fix your credit rating for free. Learn about staying on top of your credit score here.

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Investing in shares.

Investing in shares is becoming more accessible to a greater number of investors through online share trading platforms. However, the usual risks still apply so it pays to understand what you’re investing in, and why, to help achieve the financial goals you’re after.

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Healthy money habits

Your new (or improved) approach to budgeting, saving and general money management starts here.

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Home ownership

Discover practical tools and resources to help you throughout your home ownership journey.

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If you’re considering exploring the world of investment these resources will help you do so with more confidence.

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Retirement planning.

Whether it's approaching fast or still a while off, planning for retirement is a smart way to help you continue to live with financial confidence.

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