Anglicare Tasmania Inc - Financial Counselling Service

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This service is available on the Anglicare website and provides an online, one-to-one chat service that is confidential and free for all Tasmanian residents. The service provides support and assistance to individuals and families experiencing financial difficulty. Anglicare also provides financial counselling and financial literacy/education sessions to community groups upon request.

ANZ and The Smith Family - Saver Plus

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Saver Plus was developed by the Brotherhood of St Laurence and ANZ to help families on low incomes establish a savings habit, become long-term savers and build financial skills, knowledge and confidence. Saver Plus ,matches families' savings dollar-for-dollar up to $500 and has been implemented in
Tasmania through a partnership with ANZ and The Smith Family. The program is designed to help people save for their own or their children's education.

Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry - Rural Financial Counselling Service

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Rural Financial Counselling Tasmania is a confidential and free service providing information and support for the farming community. The aims are to:

* help farm families assess and understand their financial position;
* assist in identifying options and develop a plan of action;
* support and facilitate their financial decisions; and
* make people aware of their eligibility for various benefits or assistance to which they are entitled.

Salvation Army - Moneycare service for financial troubles

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The Salvation Army's Moneycare service offers a range of support options to help including financial counselling, financial crisis support and assistance with debt and gambling.

Tasmanian Government, Department of Justice, Consumer Affairs and Fair Trading

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This website provides guidance to consumers and business on a range of topics including scams, buying a car, warranties and how to lodge a complaint.

Women's Legal Service Tasmania - Girls Gotta Know: Money

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The Girls Gotta Know website has information specifically designed for young women and girls on managing your money, making smart purchases and understanding loans and debts.

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