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We offer online and face to face education on a range of topics. Come along and learn more.

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Planning for retirement

Retirement is just the beginning. Be inspired by the possibilities of life after work.


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Everyone’s personal and financial situation is different — so are your insurance needs.

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Stick with us and you’ll continue to enjoy our excellent service and expert advice. Plus, with only one super account you can keep track of your savings more easily, and you’ll save by not paying fees across multiple super funds.

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Super is all about saving for your retirement, so there are rules about how and when you can access it.Generally, you need to have reached your preservation age and met a condition of release before you can access your super. However, life doesn't always go to plan, so there are some circumstances when you can get early access to some or all of your super.

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Understanding the basics of financial literacy

Financial literacy means knowing how to handle your money wisely. When you’re financially literate, you understand important ideas like budgeting, saving, investing and borrowing. You also know how to make smart decisions about spending and planning for your future.

Becoming financially literate can prevent you from making bad money choices and can help you become independent and achieve financial stability.

Key steps to becoming financially literate include:

  • learning how to set goals
  • creating a budget
  • tracking your spending
  • pay off any debt and
  • planning for your retirement

Check out the links below to the Government’s MoneySmart website to help boost your financial literacy. Whether you’re a beginner or already have some knowledge, There’s always more to learn.

Saving goals

Whether it’s a short holiday or saving for your new home, knowing why you’re saving will help keep you motivated and on track.


Knowing how much money you have coming in, how much is going out, and how much can you save is budgeting at its most basic. Taking control lets you make the most of your money, and it’s easier than you might think.

Debt management

It’s stressful when you have debts to pay and you’re not sure how you’re going to manage them. With a little bit of planning and the use of our budget above, it’s possible to get your debt under control.

Managing spending and debt

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Understanding loans and interest cost

At some point, you might need to borrow money or use a credit card, but it’s important to understand the impact this has and to explore the best options available.

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Buying a home is exciting, but it comes with a lot to think about. Understanding these factors and your options could have a big impact on your financial future.  


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