Financial Wellbeing                        

Financial Wellbeing can be viewed as the way in which an individual manages money daily; creates precautionary savings; finances goals; and creates wealth management and financial confidence. Financial health and security are therefore important for both the immediate, and long-term future. The following links provide both internal and external resources that aid in better planning and improving your financial wellbeing.

Internal resources: 

Salary Packaging Learn how you may be able to reduce your PAYG tax (income tax) through Salary Packaging


External provider links: 

 SGE Logo For over 50 years G&C Mutual Bank has been providing a variety of banking products and services to its members. From home loans to everyday transaction accounts, you will feel at ease with our all-in-one banking experience. 


 

 NLC

nlc provides you with the easiest, lowest-cost way to own and run the car of your choice. As Charles Sturt University's approved novated lease provider, nlc takes care of all your automotive needs, including car purchase, finance, insurance, fuel, servicing and maintenance, as well as selling or trading in your car at the end of your lease. Call nlc on 1800 643 044 to find out more! 

Money Smart ‘MoneySmart is an initiative of the Australian Securities & Investments Commission. We offer you tips & tools to help you make the most of your money.’ Greg Medcraft, Chairman, ASIC
State Super State Superannuation Scheme and State Authorities Super Scheme
State Super Financial Services State Super Financial Services have created a number of Fact Sheets developed to answer all the common questions they get asked! Click on the relevant question below to access the Fact Sheet

UniSuper Information for UniSuper members
Investments Resources from the Australian Government about investing for the future
NSW Government Financial Counselling Access to financial counselling services - Commonwealth Financial Counselling (CFC) Directory
Financial Planning Association  Financial Planning Association of Australia website that assist with locating a qualified Financial Planner in your area 
Financial Counselling Australia Financial counsellors provide information, support and advocacy to people in financial difficulty. Working in community organisations, their services are free, independent and confidential.
Gambling Help A free service provided by the NSW Government to assist with Gambling problems either face to face, online or by phone. 
Gambling Help Online

This new online service will complement and increase the range of services available in responding to problem gambling issues.  It will provide Australians with a new opportunity to access counselling and information services when they are unable or reluctant to access face-to-face services provided.

Lifeline Lifeline provides access to crisis support, suicide prevention and mental health support services in addition to national services and campaigns that promote emotional wellbeing, encourage help seeking, and address suicide prevention and awareness. 
Gamblers Anonymous Gamblers Anonymous is a self-help program open to anyone with a gambling problem.  It is an abstinence-based group program based on the principles and 12 step recovery goals of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Have we missed anything? Do you know of any other organisations that should be included in our Wellness program? Please email your suggestions to healthyu@csu.edu.au

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