Women across rural and regional NSW will be able to access a comprehensive online financial resource thanks to the NSW Nationals in the state government’s launch of the Women’s Financial Toolkit.
NSW Nationals Minister for Women Bronnie Taylor said the resource drew upon a range of tools designed to help women improve their financial literacy.
“We are living in incredibly challenging times, with many women facing economic uncertainty and insecurity,” Mrs Taylor said.
“Knowledge is power and I want to make sure all women across NSW have the resources to improve their financial wellbeing, whatever their personal circumstances.
“The Women’s Financial Toolkit is designed to be something of a one-stop shop which can be used by women from all walks of life.”
Developed by Women NSW and the Minister for Women’s Council for Women’s Economic Opportunity (CWEO), the toolkit links women to trustworthy information about taking control of day-to-day expenses, setting up and managing a small business and dealing with unexpected emergencies, as well as advice on shaping their financial future.
For more, visit https://www.women.nsw.gov.au/resources/womens-financial-toolkit.