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Take control of your money, build a better life

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Hello, we’re Moneysmart.

We help Australians take control of their money and build a better life with free tools, tips and guidance.

So you can focus on what really matters.

About Moneysmart

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Our purpose

We believe taking control of your money can change your life for the better.

One in three Australians find dealing with money stressful and overwhelming. Everyday we all make dozens of decisions about money.

Making informed decisions leads to greater financial wellbeing. That’s where we come in.

Moneysmart offers guidance for all Australians, whatever your situation, wherever you find yourself in life.

Our simple tools, tips and calculators help people of all ages, backgrounds and incomes to build a better life.

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Our story

We all need a place to start

Money matters touch all of us.

Your first job or your first car.

That promotion you’ve worked hard for or buying the home you always dreamed of.

Getting over a setback or planning for the rest of your life.

For every life decision, big or small, start with Moneysmart.

Moneysmart for teachers

Helping teachers connect learning to life.

Moneysmart’s education program is developed for teachers, by teachers.

Across Australia teachers are bringing everyday financial topics into the classroom, boosting kids’ engagement and critical thinking.

With ready-to-use, hands-on classroom resources aligned to the curriculum, teachers can save time and focus on improving the student experience.

Teachers are increasing their own financial wellbeing through our accredited professional learning courses.

More about Moneysmart for teachers.

Our objectives

We’re committed to helping Australians of all ages, backgrounds and incomes to increase their financial wellbeing and build a better life. Through the Moneysmart website we:

Our background

Moneysmart is brought to you by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), the corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator in Australia.

Consumer education

ASIC is responsible for engaging with consumers and industry to promote confident and informed participation by investors and consumers in the financial system. The Moneysmart program provides information to help Australians to be in control of their financial lives.