Perhaps you’re struggling with debt or don’t earn enough to get by and cope? Or, perhaps you’re finding it difficult to manage money or know someone suffering elder financial abuse?

Here are some tools and resources that may help, including how to be aware of scams

Spot and stop elder financial abuse  Elder financial abuse can take many forms and can include repeated or one-off actions, threats or even a lack of action. 
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Financial hardship support through Good Shepherd  AMP is proudly partnering with Good Shepherd to bring additional help to those who need it most.
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9 tips to manage your debts How you tackle your debts may make a big difference to what you pay in the long run. 
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Tips and tricks for managing money Being money smart starts with understanding basic financial terms and money management principles, especially when you’re looking to make your hard-earned cash go further.
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Simplify my finances
Getting across your personal finances helps you manage your money and accounts.
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6 ways to reduce credit card debt  Here are some tips to start paying off your debt.
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Staying afloat through the COVID-19 crisis
Those who are displaced from work and many small businesses are confronted with a challenging financial reality. Understand five things we’re recommending to our clients to help them get through.
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Early access to super While you generally can’t access your super until retirement, there are some specific circumstances where the law allows you to draw on your super early.
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Protecting your online banking AMP Bank is committed to providing you with a secure banking experience. And, when we come across any hoaxes or scams that target customers, we will deal with them promptly and we will raise them for your attention.
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Managing finances in relationships Couples might be open to sharing all sorts of things, but with finances there’s a little more to think about. There are benefits and risks to merging finances.
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Protect yourself from COVID-19 related scams Another worrying element to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic is that scammers are zeroing in to take advantage of people across Australia.
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ABA scam fact sheet: COVID-19  COVID-19 themed scams and fraud are likely to increase over the coming months. Keep yourself safe: be aware of scams and fraud.
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Online banking for older Aussies  Using online banking for the first time can be intimidating, so we’ve answered some of the key questions you might have about digital transactions and online finance.
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Good money habits for life Tips to guide your kids towards financial wellbeing as adults.
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Accessible banking  AMP Bank is committed to improving accessibility of our banking products and services for clients with a disability, older customers and clients with limited English.
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Financial hardship for home loans Our Hardship Assistance Team has helped AMP Bank home loan clients and their guarantors deal with a range of issues including injury, illness, unemployment, death and other extenuating circumstances.
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Support outside AMP

Salvation Army Tools and resources to help customers manage their finances.
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Way Forword Not-for-profit organisation focused on helping people manage and repay debt.
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Uniting Care Provides help, support and guidance.
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Wesley Mission Helping people in need.
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Australian Tax Office Small Business Information to help small businesses manage their debt.
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Money Smart An Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) initiative offering tips and tools to help make the most of your money.
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Money Smart – Women’s money tool kit A toolkit designed to help Australian women manage their finances and enhance their financial wellbeing.
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Human Services (Centrelink) Information about Federal Government initiatives and eligibility.
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Job Access Gives people with disability, employers, service providers and the community access to information about services, financial assistance and workplace solutions.
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Find unclaimed money Simple search tools to find unclaimed money from banks, shares and life insurance.
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National Association of Community Legal Centres An independent, not for profit, community-based organisations that provide a range of services to everyday people, including people experiencing discrimination and disadvantage. 
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Legal Aid In each state and territory, legal aid commissions deliver legal assistance services in criminal, family and civil law matters. Some free legal assistance is available, including brochures, information sessions or telephone legal advice.
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National debt helpline

If you’re suffering financial hardship, it may help to talk to a financial counsellor who can provide guidance on how to manage your debts and finances. For free financial counselling, call 1800 007 007 or visit the National Debt Helpline.

Department of Social Services

Support for communities through a number of programs and services.
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National mental health support networks

 Name Website  Phone
Beyond Blue www.beyondblue.org.au
1300 22 4636
Lifeline Australia www.lifeline.org.au 13 11 14
Suicide Call Back Service  www.suicidecallbackservice.org.au
1300 659 467
Mental Health Line (NSW)
www.health.nsw.gov.au/mentalhealth/Pages/mental-health-line.aspx
1800 011 511
Kids Help Line www.kidshelpline.com.au
1800 551 800
Mensline Australia
www.mensline.org.au
1300 78 99 78
GriefLine
www.griefline.org.au
1300 845 745

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