Financial Literacy for Everyone

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Women's Savings

As our population ages, more and more women who are currently working will wish to retire. But while many of them will be ready to leave the workplace, many simply won’t be able to afford it.

Figures show half of women between the ages of 45 and 59 have less than $8,000 in their super fund, compared with $31,000 for men. At the moment the average super payout for women is a third of the payout men receive – $37,000 compared to $110,000.

These statistics are daunting to say the least. That's why Visa has developed resources such as this website. Using tools like this site that are filled with topics about increasing saving, reducing spending and containing debt can help women save more for their retirement.

ASIC’s MoneySmart website also has lots of information that can help you plan for your retirement.