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MoneyMinded

A flexible education program for adults seeking to build money management skills, knowledge and confidence.

What is MoneyMinded?

MoneyMinded is an education program that builds knowledge and confidence to help you make informed decisions about how to manage money. With easy access to online training activities and tools, you can learn at your own pace.


Why choose MoneyMinded?

Build money skills

Learn techniques for effective budgeting, managing debt, smart banking and future planning including superannuation and saving. 

Flexible program

Online resources provide the flexibility to learn wherever and whenever you like.

Impartial and trusted

MoneyMinded is delivered by trusted community organisations since 2002.

Free access to resources

MoneyMinded is a sponsored program and is offered at $0 cost to participants. 


How do I start?

Step 1

Click the 'Get started' button and you'll be taken to the MoneyMinded website.

Get started

Step 2

Select any of the  'Start activity' options and you'll be prompted to register your details. 

You'll be asked for your name, email address and to choose a password for use each time you log in. 

Step 3

Browse the activities you're interested in and get started. Your progress is saved as you go. 

It's best to find somewhere quiet, where you're comfortable to get the most out of your learning. 


Become a facilitator

Let us know if you'd like to become a facilitator 

Contact us

As a community service professional or counsellor, you can enquire to become an accredited MoneyMinded facilitator and use the program to educate your clients. You can deliver MoneyMinded as a standalone program or integrate it with existing programs and services.

What do you get? The MoneyMinded accreditation includes free access to training, materials and resources to support your delivery of the program including facilitator guides, participant workbooks, case studies and visual teaching aids.


A positive impact to individuals and our community

"MoneyMinded had helped not only me but my children to learn to be conscious about money, we are now saving for a family holiday together."

93% feel more in control of their money

"MoneyMinded is an important asset in my toolkit in working with marginalised women in our community who are always on limited incomes."

91% are better able to make ends meet


Where is MoneyMinded?

580,000 participants since 2002disclaimer

Since 2010, MoneyMinded has expanded across the Asia and Pacific region. It is available in:

countries with moneyminded
  • Australia
  • American Samoa
  • Cambodia
  • China
  • Cook Islands
  • Fiji
  • Guam
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Indonesia
  • Kiribati
  • Korea
  • Laos
  • Myanmar
  • New Zealand
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Philippines
  • Samoa
  • Singapore
  • Solomon Islands
  • Taiwan
  • Timor Leste
  • Tonga
  • Vanuatu
  • Vietnam

In Australia, MoneyMinded is the most widely used financial literacy program. It is delivered nationally in partnership with the following community organisations:


Research

Review the MoneyMinded impact reports

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Any advice does not take into account your personal needs and financial circumstances and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you.

ANZ recommends you read the applicable Terms and Conditions and the ANZ Financial Services Guide (PDF, 104kB) before acquiring the product.

MoneyMinded does not directly promote ANZ products and provides unbiased consumer education.

MoneyMinded was developed by ANZ in 2002 in conjunction with the Centre for Learning Innovation at NSW Department of Education and Training and an advisory committee including Financial Counselling Australia (formerly the Australian Financial Counselling and Credit Reform Association), the Financial Counsellors Association of NSW (FCAN), the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) and community sector representatives.

Figures quoted as at November 2018. Please refer to full report for further details. 

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