By Dina Bowman, Marcus Banks, Geraldine Fela, Roslyn Russell and Ashton de Silva
Financial wellbeing as a concept has become popular in the fields of social policy, service delivery and personal financial products. This working paper traces the development of the concept.
The authors, from the Brotherhood's Research and Policy Centre and from RMIT University, argue that financial wellbeing should take account not only of a person’s money management skills and access to products but also the external factors such as labour market trends, job security and income levels that constrain real choices and opportunities.
Dina Bowman, Marcus Banks, Geraldine Fela, Roslyn Russell and Ashton de Silva, Understanding financial wellbeing in times of insecurity (PDF, 340 KB)
Must ensure we have the policy settings in place so most disadvantaged Australians are also able to access these… twitter.com/i/web/status/9…
The Brotherhood of St Laurence (BSL) acknowledges and understands its obligations under the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child and recognises that all children and young people have the right to be treated with respect and care, and to be safe from all forms of abuse. BSL has a zero tolerance towards child abuse. Read the official statement signed by the Executive Director.
Acknowledgement of country
The Brotherhood of St Laurence acknowledges and recognises the Traditional Owners of the land upon which we live and work, and we pay our respects to their Elders both past and present.