Finance is an important issue for women, whether you are working, at home with the children or going through a separation. Being informed and knowing where to access relevant information is an important first step.
Money problems with your partner? Dealing with financial abuse
Many people think of family violence as physical injury or emotional abuse. However, withholding money, controlling all the household spending or refusing to include you in financial decisions is often part of family violence and is called economic or financial abuse.
Women from all socio-economic and ethnic backgrounds with or without children can experience financial abuse. Controlling the money is a common aspect of family violence, and can happen to any woman regardless of her financial ability or knowledge.
Women, money & debt
If you are worried about managing your credit card or mobile phone debts, would like to get financial counselling help or would like to learn ways to improve your financial security, this information sheet will help address those concerns while giving you practical tips and links to other support services.
A woman’s guide to surviving the money jungle
A simple and creative 10-step guide to being smart about your money. This brochure provides information on how to learn about money and the financial jungle and the help you have access to.
When gambling becomes a problem, it puts strain on the family relationships and finances. Women gamble for a variety of reasons, but it is important to know that there is support and free specialist services to help get out of gambling. Whether it is you or someone close to you who has a gambling problem, here are some practical steps on how to control gambling.
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