All Moneysmart publications below are PDFs. If any PDF file size is larger than 2MB, it will be stated below.
Note: Publications content may not be current. We are in the process of reviewing this list.
Managing your money
Managing your money (4.4MB)
A guide on budgeting, saving and spending. Includes a tear-out budget planner.
A factsheet on setting up and adjusting your budget.
Saving and setting money goals
A factsheet with steps to help you start saving to reach your money goals.
What to do after a natural disaster
A factsheet with steps to find help and begin to recover from a bushfire, flood or storm.
Money management kit factsheet series
Our Money management kit was developed for community settlement workers who work with new arrivals. It can also be used by teachers and welfare and healthcare professionals who provide general financial literacy education, or teach English as a second language.
- Household budgets
- Saving money
- Paying bills
- Types of credit
- Working in Australia
Borrowing and credit
A factsheet on steps to take control of your debts and relieve the pressure.
A factsheet to explain your rights, what to do and how to get help.
Your rights and responsibilities when dealing with debt and debt collectors.
Do you need urgent help with money?
A brochure on where to go for help when you're having money problems.
A factsheet on what to do if you're struggling to make home loan repayments and where to get help.
Helping people in financial difficulty
A factsheet with information to help someone experiencing financial difficulty.
Superannuation and retirement
A factsheet to explain how super works, how to choose a fund and grow your balance, and when you can get it.
Choosing a fund and investment strategies, building your super, changing funds, keeping track, complaints and planning for retirement.
What to do if you have been approached about accessing your super early and the penalties you may face if you break the law.
Super and us mob (2.2MB)
This booklet for Indigenous consumers helps you understand super and how to get the most out of it for you and your family.
Retirement and money decisions
A factsheet to help you make your money go the distance in retirement.
Financial decisions at retirement (2.2MB)
A guide to help you make the most of your money in retirement and avoid costly mistakes.
A factsheet about how to get started on your investing journey.
A practical guide to investing.
A factsheet about choosing and working with an adviser.
ASIC investment guides
- Investing in agribusiness schemes (2.3MB)
- Investing in corporate bonds
- Investing in infrastructure
- Investing in mortgage schemes (2.1MB)
- Investing in unlisted property schemes
- Investing in unlisted debentures and unsecured notes (3.1MB)
- Capital guaranteed or protected investments
- Thinking of trading in contracts for difference (CFDs)?
A factsheet to help spot a scam and reduce your risk.
A factsheet about how ponzi schemes work and what to watch out for.
A factsheet about resolving problems with financial products and services.
Dealing with book up: key facts
A shorter version of 'Dealing with book up: a guide'.
Dealing with book up: a guide
- Chapter 1 About book up
- Chapter 2 Tips for action
- Chapter 3 Better book up
- Chapter 4 Other ways
- Chapter 5 Money skills
- Chapter 6 The law
- Chapter 7 Getting help
Colourful comic series about credit cards, loans, warranties, banking and insurance. Includes two issues including 'No free moola'.
Ways to pay for funerals and what to look out for before signing up to anything.
A factsheet to help you plan for the cost of your funeral.
Paying for a loved one's funeral
A factsheet with information about financial help if a family member has passed away.
Super and us mob (2.2MB)
This booklet helps you understand super and how to get the most out of it for you and your family.
Short audio segments about buying a car, bank accounts, loans and credit cards, budgeting and saving, super and insurance.
A simple guide to help you understand your rights as a consumer.
Comic on credit, mobile phones, loans and owning a car.