Tip of the Week – Improve your financial education
Published: Wednesday 8th February 2017
UniSuper helps members to get the most out of their super savings, yet also understand the importance of financial education at every stage of life. Explore their expanded education offerings which include new resources for women and children.
These programs cover money management basics and complement UniSuper’s suite of existing resources to help members get more out of their super.
While MoneySavvy includes information on retirement planning, it’s just one of the five key money topics on offer to help women develop the skills, knowledge and confidence to take control of their finances. Other topics include organising everyday finances, investing and protecting your money.
MoneySavvy was designed for women because many women face unique financial challenges over their lifetime but any member who wants to fine-tune their finances could benefit from the easy-to-understand information and activities, available on MemberOnline.
Money Confident Kids
MemberOnline is also the home of Money Confident Kids. Here children can learn about money through activities and games while their parents can find tips on how to start conversations about good money behaviours.
Where you can find them
Members can access MoneySavvy or the Money Confident Kids program by going to the Resources tab of MemberOnline.
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