Empowering women to be financially confident

The Women’s Financial Toolkit has brought together free and trusted online resources to help women find reliable information on money and finance matters.



We are living in incredibly challenging times adjusting to COVID-19, with many women facing economic uncertainty and insecurity. Knowledge is power – it has never been more important for all women across NSW to have access to resources to improve their financial wellbeing, whatever their personal circumstances.

Supporting economic wellbeing

The Women’s Financial Toolkit launched in 2020. It is an online portal available 24/7 for women to access free, confidential and reliable information to help improve their financial literacy. Online resources, toolkits and advice assist women with a range of support services to manage everyday finances, deal with unexpected life events and financial planning for future wellbeing.

Providing up-to-date information for women across all ages, circumstances or life stages can save time and frustration. The toolkit offers a range of information and advice including starting a new job or business, managing credit card debt, having a baby, saving for a house, planning for retirement, avoiding scams or dealing with financial hardship. 

Securing financial futures

The Women’s Financial Toolkit fosters economic empowerment and advancement of women in NSW to be confident money managers and have secure financial futures. The toolkit is available on the Women NSW website.



An introduction to the Women's Financial Toolkit

Quotes from the User Experience Testing Group Survey March 2021

Question: Did you find the Toolkit helpful?

“That was such an incredible source of information. I have been looking for a place to find unbiased financial advice and did not know where to start. Now I’m so excited to get to learning."

“Such useful information and I will be passing on the Toolkit to my daughters and nieces.”


less superannuation is what women retire on compared to men, despite an average life expectancy of 5 years longer.1


of single women in Australia aged 50 or over are living in poverty. This demographic is the fastest growing cohort of homeless people in the country.


is the average gender pay gap of women working full-time.2

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