The 2021 Financial Wellbeing Survey represents an evolution in how we examine financial wellbeing, drawing on the work of Professor Elaine Kempson et al. and developments in international research and practice in measuring and improving people’s financial wellbeing since 2017.
The latest reports set out insights from the survey measuring the financial wellbeing of more than 5,000 adults in Australia and New Zealand. The survey is the seventh in a series of comprehensive surveys that ANZ has conducted in Australia since 2002 and New Zealand since 2017.
This 2021 Financial Wellbeing Survey highlights the significant role that a person’s socio-economic context and their behaviour traits play in influencing their financial wellbeing.