Money has traditionally been regarded as a taboo subject. We’d like to see that change.
The National Strategy aims to equip New Zealanders to navigate their way through products, choices, demands and needs across a lifetime.
It’s about knowing where you want to be, what success looks like, and making a plan to get there.
Enabling New Zealanders to take control of their debt and make it work for them, not against them.
Getting people actively engaged with their personal finances and saving/investing in the short, medium and long term
Now in its fifth year, Money Week is the platform for us to work together with partners to change the financial behaviours of New Zealanders.
The Commission is looking for a facilitator for our new online education hub for teachers.
The National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults is a key part of the national infrastructure to strengthen the literacy and numeracy skills of adult learners in New Zealand – including their financial capability.
The new Wellington Financial Capability Practitioners and Providers Network kicked off this month, with the aim of making the capital a more financially capable city
Explore the key features of the digital environment to find out more about the strategy and join the conversation in the forum.
Join the conversation in our user forum, designed for sharing stories and experiences around the National Strategy. It’s a great way to connect with others working in the financial capability space.READ MORE