From time to time, you can find yourself struggling to buy food, pay the rent,power or mortgage and may be juggling numerous other debt.
If you’re in this situation, a financial counsellor can help you understand your options so that you can get back on your feet. Financial counsellors provide a free, independent and confidential service.
The TUU has previously partnered with Anglicare to provide financial counselling to all UTAS students. However, due to COVID-19 restrictions we are currently unable to schedule face-to-face appointments. Telephone appointments can still be arranged by phoning the National Debt Helpline on 1800 007 007 or at https://ndh.org.au/. You can also send an e-mail to email@example.com and we will get in touch with you.
How can this service help me?
A financial counsellor can provide you with information about:
- your options when dealing with debt negotiating with creditors
- consumer rights and responsibilities
- accessing your superannuation
- bankruptcy and its alternatives
- referral to legal services if appropriate
- managing money, including budget strategies
Who is this service for?
Any student studying at the University of Tasmania
This is a free and confidential service.
Initiative supported by students & funded by SSAF
Useful Links and Information
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An excellent financial guidance website with lots of information on all aspects of finance.
A handy app to have on your phone which helps with budgeting and expenses.
Community Lending for Tasmanians.