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Sleep easy knowing you’ve got emergencies covered

There are many things that can disturb your sleep when it comes to money. Having an emergency fund saved can help to ease those concerns. 

Navigating the loss of a job

Whether you’re facing the prospect of redundancy or have recently lost your job, we’re here to help you during this difficult time.

Preparing for your next job

Once the shock has subsided, it’s time to focus on what you’ll do next. This is your time and we’re here to help you make the most of it. 

Budgeting to help recover from a financial setback

Getting your finances back on track following a financial setback can help you feel more in control and confident about the future.

Learn where you sit on the budgeting scale

Our Financial Habits Quiz aims to help you understand your attitudes towards spending and saving. Try it with your partner for some helpful tips on how to work together financially.

Help to understand debt consolidation

Reduce financial stress, make your repayments more manageable and potentially reduce the costs.

Home Loan repayment options

Four flexible options which could give you some breathing space to help manage your household’s cashflow.

How to pay off my mortgage sooner

If you’re paying more than the minimum repayments on your home loan, an offset account or redraw facility may be right for you.

Money management after a financial setback

Many people experience financial setbacks at some point in their life. These steps will help you bounce back.

Help paying bills

If you find it hard to keep on top of your bills, you are not alone. There are 4 steps you can follow now.

How to take a financial health check

When was the last time you took a financial health check? It’s important to evaluate your financial situation regularly to keep on top of things.

Regaining control of your finances

Life is full of unexpected surprises. Sometimes it takes a moment for us to take back control. Learn how to get control of your finances after a setback.