Knowledge is power
Some helpful resources to increase your financial literacy.
See the websites below for more information:
Tax, Super and You
An educational resource for individuals, small businesses, students and teachers to help improve understanding of the Australian tax and super systems.
Free group workshops for students to build their financial literacy, covering such areas as budgeting, saving and superannuation.
Trusted, impartial financial guidance and tools to help all Australians, especially small businesses.
ADF Financial Services Consumer Centre
Independent personal finance and consumer education for ADF members and their families, from initial recruitment to retirement.
Financial Information Service
A free service to inform and educate about financial matters.
Super Scheme Smart
An initiative to help self-funded retirees and their financial advisers to recognise and stay away from potential tax avoidance schemes.
Assisting Small Business
Client-focused education programs that support small businesses to engage with the Australian tax and super systems.
Broadening Financial Understanding
A program to help Australians make confident and informed decisions regarding their finances.
An independent website that helps people of all ages and life stages understand and maximise their super.
Know Risk Know
Independent tools and information help individuals and small businesses to understand and make decisions about all types of insurance and risk.
Information sourced from Australian Securities and Investments Commission NFLS Annual Highlights Report 2016–17