Managing family finances

Managing a household budget can be challenging, no matter what stage of life you’re at. These units will help you get through all kinds of family finance roadblocks, from becoming financially independent, to passing your great money habits down to your kids.

Building good money habits

Master the basics of personal financial management. This unit could help you create a smart and workable budget you can start using right away.

Tax tips

Feeling clueless about tax? This unit will help you get your head around some of the many practical (and legal!) ways to keep more money in your pocket.

Spending and saving

Feel like your budget is out of control, and you’ve never got any spare money? This unit will help you feel calmer and more in control of your spending.

Get financially independent

Being financially independent is a challenge, especially when you’re used to relying on a partner or parent. This unit is packed with realistic guidance on gaining (and maintaining) financial independence.

Family finances

Get back in control of your family’s finances. This unit explores the key areas of managing family finances, including practical solutions to help you get back on track with your money management.

Women and super

Whether you’re a woman or have women you care about (or both), this unit is a must do. It’s all about the specific issues faced by women in relation to super, including practical ways to boost retirement savings.

Couples and cash

Ever feel like you and your partner have different personalities when it comes to money? This unit will help you make the transition from the single financial life to working with a partner.

Surviving financial abuse

Financial abuse is all too common in Australia. This unit will help you identify financial abuse when it happens, know the effects, and understand how financial security can empower women to lead independent lives.

Separation and divorce

Separation and divorce are hard enough as it is. This unit helps take the edge off the financial stress, with no-nonsense information and tips for overcoming the financial challenges of starting again.

Establishing goals

There’s a lot of chatter about ‘financial goals’, but how do you set goals in the first place? This unit helps you work out what you want from life – and how to pay for it.

Financial planning

If you’ve never spoken to a financial adviser, you may be surprised at what they can do for you. This unit explains the planning process, and how to be prepared for your first meeting.