Blog post courtesy of AustSafe Super.
Managing your finances
You work hard for your money, so ensuring you have the tools and skills to manage it is important. A little bit of know-how can go a long way and help you to establish good money habits that will positively impact your financial position over the course of your lifetime.
Educational resources available
There are plenty of tools available that can help you develop your financial literacy. Mobile Apps that track your spending, online blogs that provide a wealth of information, interactive webinars and online tutorials to upskill participants on financial essentials.
AustSafe Super MoneyTree
At AustSafe Super, we’ve developed a range of modules specific to superannuation and more broadly, on the financial issues that affect those living in rural and regional areas, including paying down debt, budget management, managing credit cards, investing, retirement, women in super and family finances.
To access our free money modules, visit austsafe.com.au/moneytree and begin your financial literacy journey.
This editorial is general information only and does not take into account your individual objectives, financial situation or needs. You may also wish to seek the advice of a qualified financial planner. Please also read the relevant AustSafe Super Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) before making a decision in relation to the product available at austsafe.com.au which summarises important information about being a member of AustSafe Super.
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