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Financial Wellbeing project – FLA has commissioned University of NSW to conduct important research on how financial literacy/capability contributes to financial wellbeing.
Consumer Action Law Centre – A public education project on borrowing options.
Good Shepherd Microfinance – An experiment to develop an individualised toolkit that microfinance workers can offer to clients at ‘teachable moments’.
CHOICE – Piloting a digital advice ‘chat bot’ to encourage engagement with superannuation for young adults and new mothers.
Small Business Mentoring Service – Delivering financial literacy workshops, practical tools and mentoring to women in small business.
First Nations Foundation – Delivering the My Moola financial literacy program to indigenous trainees in the workplace.
Macquarie University – Developing an online calculator to help retirees and their advisers compare the cost of retirement village accommodation.
WIRE – Researching the best time to offer financial capability help to women affected by family violence.
University of Technology Sydney – This research uses an computer-based intervention to experiment with ‘just in time’ financial education for superannuation.