What is ASIC money smart?
Moneysmart is ASIC's website for consumers and investors.
The MoneySmart website was created by ASIC to help you take steps to improve your personal finances. Our impartial guidance and online tools allow you to be better informed when making financial decisions. via
Is Moneysmart a government website?
The Moneysmart website was officially launched on 15 March 2011, as part of the Australian Government's National Financial Literacy Strategy 2008-2010. Moneysmart replaced two other consumer websites that were previously maintained by ASIC: FIDO (www.fido.gov.au) and Understanding Money (www.understandingmoney.gov.au). via
Is Moneysmart free?
You may have been asked to pay for an unclaimed money search or for a private money search company to find your money for you, but you can use our search for free. ASIC does not ask people to pay for searches. via
How do I find out if I have money unclaimed?
How can I get smarter with my money?
What is the purpose of ASIC?
Our role under the ASIC Act is to: maintain, facilitate and improve the performance of the financial system and entities in it. promote confident and informed participation by investors and consumers in the financial system. administer the law effectively and with minimal procedural requirements. via
Who owns MoneySmart?
Vinod Nair is the founder and chief executive officer of MoneySmart.sg, a Singapore-based personal finance portal with a mission: to simplify people's personal finance decisions through its powerful content and product recommendation engine. via
How can I manage my money in Australia?
How do I save money?
What are financial problems?
Having financial problems means being unable to pay debts over the short or long term. Debt complicates financial management and limits purchasing power. Financial difficulties become a source of stress until all debts are paid. A solution must be developed so debts can be reimbursed. via
How do you find out if I have an inheritance Australia?
Finding unclaimed money is easy. Simply use the unclaimed money search on ASIC's Moneysmart website. If the name you are searching for has unclaimed money, you will see the details of how to make a claim. via
Can you claim anyone's unclaimed money?
If you have completed a search for unclaimed money and found money held in a deceased person(s) name, you can make a claim for money that you are legally entitled to. via
What is Unclaimed money?
Unclaimed funds are money and other assets whose rightful owner cannot be located. Unclaimed funds are typically turned over to the government after a specific period of time has passed. via
What is the best website to find unclaimed money?
The top websites to find unclaimed money or property. MissingMoney.com and Unclaimed.org allow you to search for unclaimed property. Both websites are free and easy to use. Unclaimed.org is the NAUPA's official website and MissingMoney.com is sponsored by the NAUPA itself. via
What is the smartest thing to do with your money?
One of the best things you can do for your finances is to pay off all of your debt. To get started, focus on your most expensive debt—the credit cards and loans that charge you the highest interest. Once you have paid off all of these debts, focus on paying off your mortgage. Then pay extra as you can afford it. via
Where does billionaires keep their money?
No matter how much their annual salary may be, most millionaires put their money where it will grow, usually in stocks, bonds, and other types of stable investments. Key takeaway: Millionaires put their money into places where it will grow such as mutual funds, stocks and retirement accounts. via
Why you should be smart with your money?
If you learn how to be smart with your money and manage it well, you will be able to accomplish some amazing things in life such as building wealth so that you can have security and do the things you enjoy doing, retiring in comfort, helping those in need, supporting worthy causes, and more. via