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Moneycare Financial Resources

Debt and money troubles can happen to anyone. A sudden job loss, unexpected health crisis, growing debts or a natural disaster can strike at any time. You are not alone.

The Salvation Army’s financial counselling service, Moneycare, exists to help people get through their challenging time. Our financial counsellors can empower you to take control of your finances, offer helpful strategies for managing your money and work with you to reduce your debt.

Every year1, our Moneycare counsellors help over 13,000 people going through similar challenges to your own. If you would like to make an appointment with a member of our Financial Counselling Team, please call 1800 722 363 today.

Hope and help is available

Whether you need help to overcome your financial struggles, want to get on top of your money, or want hope that the financial stress can go away – we are here for you. We have lots of resources available for you to take charge of your finances today. Below you will find links to webinars about managing your money, stories of positive change, practical tips for creating a money plan and a short course.

Access these helpful resources today using the links below, or use the Moneycare Bot to get in touch with us for in person or over the phone advice. Take action today so you can feel confident and in control of your money.

Free practical resources

Building resilience with 'The Barefoot Investor'

The Barefoot Investor Scott Pape speaks about resilience and the benefits of financial counselling.

Moneycare Financial Tips

Get your free tip sheet from our money experts today.

Money Essentials Webinars

Seven free financial coaching videos that will inspire you to master your money.

Be the Boss

Discover new ways to manage your money with our free short course.

Stories of hope

Giving Janet the support she needed

Her financial commitment was exhausting half her income and leaving her in severe financial hardship.

Their turn to receive help

Barry and Dawn were just getting by and making ends meet, when the mid-December 2019 bushfires hit their rural Central Queensland town.

Moneycare gave Jasmine reassurance

Jasmine had her life planned out and thought she was in financial control – but overnight everything changed.

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