Saver Plus is a matched savings program designed by the Brotherhood and ANZ to assist families with low incomes to develop a saving habit and to build assets.

This small qualitative study explored the social and economic context in which the participants attempted to save money and manage their finances. It also shed light on the constraints to saving faced by individuals and families.

It complements the evaluation work undertaken by RMIT University.

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Report and summaries

Eve Bodsworth 2011, Many faces of saving: the social dimensions of Saver Plus (PDF, 331 KB)

Summary (PDF, 387 KB) also includes summary of RMIT research report Evaluation of Saver Plus past participants