Moneysmart is brought to you by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC), Australia's corporate, markets, financial services and consumer credit regulator.
Through Moneysmart, ASIC provides trusted tools and guidance to help Australian's make everyday money decisions.
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21 February 2024
ASIC recently reviewed the superannuation sector and found super funds and financial advisers could do more to monitor investments in super and communicate with members and clients about how their super is performing.
15 February 2024
New research has shed light on the financial concerns of Australian Gen Z women, revealing that they are more likely than Gen Z men to feel stressed and overwhelmed by finances and money.
11 January 2024
Getting on top of your finances is one of the most common new year’s resolutions. Here are five easy goals you can set to get your finances in shape this year.
ASIC's Moneysmart program
ASIC's Moneysmart update
In this video, Andrew Dadswell, Senior Manager Consumer Communications, provides an update on ASIC's Moneysmart program.
Moneysmart's priorities for 2023-2024 are to:
- provide information for people experiencing cost of living and mortgage stress
- raise awareness of scams
- help people make investment decisions
More than 9.7 million Australians visited Moneysmart.gov.au between 1 July 2022 and 30 June 2023. Visitors to the site included:
- consumers seeking guidance when making everyday money decisions
- intermediaries, like financial counsellors and educators, who use Moneysmart content and resources to help others
We have recently seen more people coming to Moneysmart across most content areas. In particular, seeking guidance on how to manage the rising cost of living.
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