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Guides to life events

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The NSW Government has produced a range of online guides to help you during life’s many complex events, such as:

  • Jobs and career
  • Schooling
  • Starting/growing a family
  • Living in NSW
  • Serious illness/injury
  • retirement
  • end of life planning
Guides to life events

Money and relationships

Find out here about relationships and money.

Relationships and money

Getting divorced or separating.

Getting divorced or separating

Visit the online Financial Information Service.

Financial Information Service

Check out this financial wellbeing guide for women.

Women's Financial Wellbeing Guide

If your relationship is unsafe.End abusive relationship - stay in your home


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Planning your retirement

Planning your retirement. Plan retirement
Information about the age pension. Age pension and retirement
Retirement village cost calculator.Retirement village cost calculator
Find out here how super works and what you can do now. How super works
Have a look at Super Guru for independent information on understanding and growing your super.Super Guru - unbiased information
Find reliable information on super and tax, including how to find your lost super.

Australian Taxation Office - info on super


Your investment journey can start any time. Investing for everyone
First time investors can learn more here. First time investors
Play the share market game to learn more about shares. Play the Sharemarket Game

End of life planning

Find out here about making a will, planning a funeral and organizing finances.

Planning for end of life
Here is a guide that can help you make decisions when someone dies. Guide to decision-making when someone dies

Here are 3 easy ways to plan ahead for legal, health and financial decisions.

Plan ahead - legal, health and financial matters

Find out here about funeral assistance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Call 1800 647 487

Funeral assistance - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

If you need help because English is not your first language, use the Translating and Intepreting Service (TIS National) on 131 450. The service covers more than 150 languages. There is no charge for the service.

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Last updated: 31 Mar 2020