Financial wellbeing.

Help and support for financial abuse.
Financial abuse is a form of domestic violence. It can occur when someone uses money to gain power over their partner, as a form of family violence, or abuse of a dependent relationship.
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What is financial wellbeing?

Financial wellbeing is having a sense of security and feeling as though you have enough money to meet your needs.

It's about being in control of your finances and having the financial freedom to make choices that allow you to enjoy life.

Knowing your financial wellbeing can help you take steps to improve it whether that’s managing your money, saving for something you want or for an emergency, reducing your debt and choosing smart options to do so.

Ways to improve your financial wellbeing.

Managing money.

Life is easier when you have a plan. How you spend and save your money can affect your life and lifestyle now and in the future.
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Create a budget.

We are here to help make budgeting easier with our ‘do-it’ yourself’ budget that will help you create a budget based on your earnings, spending and savings.
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Deceased Estates

We are here to help if you've recently lost a loved one. We are here to guide and support you through the process of finalising their estate.
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Managing debt.

Whether your debt is small or large it needs to be managed.  We’ve got some tips to help you put together a repayment plan.
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Savings Plan.

A savings plan is a great way to reach your financial goals. Having savings can help protect you in an emergency and give you peace of mind.
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What to do if you are experiencing financial stress.

If you're feeling overwhelmed by money or personal issues, it can be hard to know where to turn. You don't have to go it alone.
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