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Where can I get more help?

Where can I get more help?

The New Zealand Commission for Financial Literacy and Retirement Income's Sorted website provides free, independent information on a wide range of topics dedicated to helping New Zealanders manage their money better at every stage of their life.

The MoneySmart website is run by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to help people to be better informed and take steps to improve their personal finances. They offer free, independent information so you can make the best choices for your money.

The New Zealand Ministry of Consumer Affairs' website Scamwatch provides information on how to protect yourself from scams. Scammers are deceptive and will try to trick you into giving away your money or your personal information. The Alert section keeps you informed of scams so you can be aware and prepared for them.

The Young Enterprise Trust provides excellent information and programmes for schools (teachers' manuals and students' resources) in the areas of enterprise and financial literacy education. The Young Enterprise Trust is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to inspiring, educating and transforming students through the enterprise and financial literacy experience.

SendMoneyPacific provides important information on the many choices people in New Zealand and Australia have when sending money back to their families and friends in the South Pacific Island Nations of Samoa, Tonga, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, Fiji, Kiribati, and Tuvalu.

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