Our specialised team, Customer Connect, can work with you or your business and establish a plan to help you get back on track. Options are available to manage the payments on your credit card, personal loan, mortgage, car loan or if you’re self-employed, any debts associated with your business.
Each application for assistance is individually assessed with a short or long-term solution tailored to provide you with some financial relief. This may include reduced payments, repayment ‘holiday’ periods, loan restructures or a reduction in fees or interest.
While we can provide support if you are facing financial difficulties, it’s also a great opportunity for you to review your budget. A break from your repayments is only a temporary solution; for sustainable change you may need to assess your spending and determine your priorities.
Everything you need is here at your fingertips. There’s MoneyMinded, its short interactive activities are designed to help you develop your money skills. And if you’d like free financial advice, you can find your nearest Financial Counsellor by calling 1800 007 007.
These are just a few of the many free tools and resources available to help relieve your financial stress.
MoneyMinded was created to help you build your skills, knowledge and confidence in managing your money.
ANZ developed these to help you navigate through important life events which may impact you financially.
Financial Counsellors provide free information, support, and advocacy to people in financial difficulty. Free call 1800 007 007.
1800 RESPECT (1800 737 732) is a 24-hour hotline which provides help for any Australian who has experienced, or is at risk of, family and domestic violence and/or sexual assault.
If you would like to nominate someone to act on your behalf, please complete a Letter of Authority form (PDF 168kB) and return via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or fax to 1800 010 057.
Useful information and statistics, plus forms on debts and insolvency in Australia.
Financial Counselling Australia developed this site to provide practical steps, tools and other information to help get your finances back on track.
The Australian Bankers' Association has put together this detailed site with helpful information about how all Australian banks approach financial hardship.
Understand Insurance, an initiative of the insurance industry, provides information to assist consumers and businesses to make well-informed decisions about their insurance needs. The website covers home, contents, car, travel, boat, business and pet insurance.
For information on depression and anxiety and where to get help, visit the beyondblue website or contact their support service on 1300 224 636.
Helpful information about Federal Government initiatives if you are financially vulnerable.
JobAccess has been set up as an information and advisory service about the employment of people with disabilities. It is aimed at employers, service providers and people with disabilities and provides access to information that assists with employment.
ASIC runs this free and independent service that has easy-to-use tools to help you manage your money, plan, invest, or pay off debt.
If you're a farmer and experiencing drought or other rural issues, this Government Department offers handy business information, grants and support.
Practical tips for everyday saving.
Myfuture is Australia’s career information and exploration service including tips if you are facing redundancy or need help finding a job.
The ATO's free online support hub for small business, which includes webinars, workshops, and other practical advice. Simply type in your question and go.
This tool is designed to assist businesses and tax agents determine if a business is viable. There is also an extensive list of definitions for business and financial terminology.
The Australian Government has established the Small Business Support Line to provide one-on-one financial support. Call 13 28 46.
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