Taking control day-to-day
- Planning and saving
- Saving on home-related spending
- Making good choices
- Starting/restarting/changing paid work
- Starting a business
Planning and saving
|Help with planning your budget.||Budget planner|
|Expert help and advice.|
Saving on home-related spending
|Savings finder - the NSW Government is helping ease the cost of living with more than 70 rebates and savings. Click the link for eligibility.||Reduce living costs|
|Cost of fuel nearest to you.||Check fuel prices|
How to get energy smart.
|Reduce energy costs|
Find out about public dental health services.
|Free service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to register child’s birth.||Register child's birth for free - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people|
Making good choices
|Your rights when buying products and services in NSW.||Buying goods/services - your rights|
|Find out more about loans, credit and debt, including payday loans, credit cards and home loans.||Loans, credit and debt|
|Information about your rights when borrowing money.||Borrowing money - your rights|
Money tips and resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
| Mob Strong Debt Help has financial advice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.|
Call 1800 808 488
|Information about choosing the right insurance product for you.|
|Get the facts about insurance, including car, home and contents, natural disasters, funeral and pet insurance.||https://insurancelaw.org.au/factsheets/|
|To protect yourself from scams and cybercrime, visit NSW Fair Trading's website.|
| A practical guide if you are having problems with your home mortgage.|
Call 1300 888 529
| Information for new arrivals - this portal has information about settlement to help all migrants living in NSW.|
Newly arrived refugees can get help to understand their legal rights and access legal services.
Find information here about getting a job, returning to work, changing careers, and starting a business.
Starting/restarting/changing paid work
|Getting your first job.||Getting your first job|
|Returning to work after having a child.||Returning to work|
If you have lost your job, you can also get help to find a new one from the Employment Services Information Line.
Call 13 62 68
|Starting a new career.||New career|
People with disability can get help to finding work, changing jobs and other support.
Call 1800 464 800
|Job access for people with disability|
|Supporting financial capability for people with intellectual disability.||Money tips – people with intellectual disability|
|Find assistance with work and pay conditions.|
|Negotiating your salary.|
Documents you may need to confirm your identity/open a bank account.
|Prove your identity|
|Fees for a birth certificate.|
Fees: Birth certificate fees
Fee waiver: Birth certificate fee waiver
Contacts: Birth certificate info
|Driver's licence.||Driver's licence info|
|Driver's licence assistance for disadvantaged Aboriginal people and other disadvantaged communities.||Driver's licence help|
|Assistance with work clothes.||Dress for success|
|Information about taxation.||Australian Taxation Office - help and advice|
Starting a business
|Women in Business – a free online program to learn about starting or growing a micro/small business.||Women in Business|
|Free assistance to get started.||Free help to start a business|
|Business Connect – support to start/grow your business.||Growing your business|
|Advice in other languages: Mandarin, Arabic, Vietnamese, Korean or Cantonese.||Growing your business - other languages|
|Business structures and types.||Home-based businesses|
|Help for home businesses.||Council help for home businesses|
|Licensed trades and businesses.||Business and trade licences|
|Business Toolkit for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Women.||Business toolkit - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people|
|For women in rural and remote NSW.|
For young farmers: Young Farmers Business Program
Do you have a great idea?: Rural Women's Award
|Funding for people in the arts.|
|Work health and safety tips.||Work health and safety|
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.