Take the awks out of money talks
First thing's first, are you a
Proactive Planner, Rebuilder or Spontaneous Spender?
We’re opening up a national conversation about moolah. Take our quizzes to find out how you stack up when it comes to awks and money talks. Then open up about your results.
Are you one of the 89% of Aussies who find it awkward talking about...
If you’re like 89% of Australians you might find it awkward to talk about money.
Our Spend categories app feature could help you have the money conversation by knowing where you're spending.
Not sure where all your money goes?
It can be hard to keep track of your spending. But with our #1 Banking App* there’s a range of tools that could help.
Explore our App Budget tools like Spend Categories, Savings Finder, Bills Calendar and more.
72% of very happy couples agree...
Believe it. 72% of very happy couples agree talking about money together is important.
For tips on how to have a heart to heart with your partner about your finances check out this article.
Is it time to have the talk? About savings goals
55% of very happy couples often talk about their financial goals.
Set some savings goals** and turn the sweet talk into action.
Australia’s #1 banking app? Now we’re talking.
Do things get weird when it’s time to split a bill? Someone spending too much on home deliveries? Want to chat about your savings goals? Our award-winning app* could help take the awks out of those money talks.
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Things you should know
*Claim based on "The Forrester Digital Experience Review™: Australian Mobile Banking Apps, Q4 2023" an evaluation of five Australian Banks.
Read the at westpac.com.au before making a decision and consider whether the product is right for you.
**Savings Goals: Both an account holder and an authorised user can use the Savings Goals feature, including to view, add, edit and delete the savings goals on a Westpac Life or Bump account.
About the research: The research was commissioned by Westpac and conducted by Fifth Dimension. Fifth Dimension surveyed 2,094 Australians aged 18+ between 12 and 22 November 2023. Surveys were conducted online amongst members of a permission-based panel from Australian capital and non-capital cities.