financial-literacy for women

Financial Literacy
for Women

English, العربية, 简体中文, دری, Hazaragi, Karen, 한국어, नेपाली, ਪੰਜਾਬੀ, ไทย, Tiếng Việt

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Course Overview

Course Overview

The Financial Literacy for Women course is designed to help you manage your money while living in Australia. The course takes you through different steps of handling finances, including setting up a bank account, making payments, earning an income and saving for your retirement. One of the most important things to know about managing money is how to create a budget to track your spending and saving. This course gives you the tools and information to help you make a budget as well as tips for managing finances with your partner or family. As a woman, learning about your finances will help to ensure you understand your rights and the impact of any financial decisions you make.

What it covers

  • Financial systems

    Financial systems

    The basic information that will help prepare you to manage your finances in Australia.

  • Earning an income

    Earning an income

    Help you understand your rights and the process of earning an income in Australia.

  • Budgeting


    The tools and information to understand and manage your personal finances.

  • Money relationships

    Money relationships

    Healthy and respectful ways that a couple or family can manage their money together.

How to complete

  • Learn


    Read through each module, which provides basic information on how to manage your money in Australia.

  • Test your knowledge

    Test your knowledge

    Create a budget for you or your household, based on the information and tips provided.

  • Achieve


    Apply the knowledge you have gained through this course to any financial decisions you make in the future.

Migration Council Australia

Migration Council Australia

Migration Council Australia is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit body established to enhance the benefits of Australia’s migration program and support better settlement outcomes for Australia’s migrants and refugees.

The Council works across sectors—and fosters partnerships between community, industry and government—to provide a national voice for effective migration and settlement programs.

We believe that the success of the migration is critical to Australia’s future prosperity. Supporting effective settlement for new migrants and refugees is an in vestment in the future of the Australian community and economy.

Harmony Alliance

Harmony Alliance: Migrant and Refugee Women for Change

Harmony Alliance: Migrant and Refugee Women for Change aims to provide a national inclusive and informed voice on the multiplicity of issues impacting the experiences and outcomes of migrant and refugee women in Australia. The Alliance seeks to combine grass roots participation and strong community voices with institutional reach and powerful policy advocacy networks, enabling opportunities for migrant and refugee women to directly engage in driving positive change.

Supported by Australian Government

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