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Five weeks to financial fitness

Next program starting October 2017.

Events and webinars

The Super Woman Money Program runs a series of events and webinars.

 

Events & webinars

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We share articles and info we think are relevant to super women all year round on our Facebook page. Plus you'll be first to know about any special SWMP offers or events.

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Why join this program?

The Super Woman Money Program, presented by VicSuper, has been developed to help you understand more about your finances, take better control of your money and create a lifestyle you can enjoy now and throughout your retirement. 

The program consists of money related articles, an event and some informative videos and webinars put together by female financial experts, ensuring they are tailored to women and cater to women's needs. You'll learn about how to save, debt reduction, how to invest, benefits of contributing to super, important insurances, emotional spending and more.

REGISTER TODAY - there's no cost to join!

Find out what our past participants have to say about the program. 

AIST award winner

Proud winner

VicSuper’s Super Woman Money Program is the proud winner of the AIST 2015 Best Member Facing Project Award for Excellence. With more than 12,000 women having taken part to date, VicSuper is addressing the disadvantage that women are faced with when it comes to their financial futures and empowering them through the “5 weeks to financial fitness” program. Learn more

Melbourne Awards Finalist 2015

Proud finalist

VicSuper’s Super Woman Money Program has been selected as a finalist in the 2015 Melbourne Awards. Our program has been providing financial education initiative for women since 2012. Over 12,000 women have participated since and are a step closer to take control of their financial future. Learn more
I loved the fact that the events were free and open to everyone, not just VicSuper members. I think it showed VicSuper’s commitment to financial literacy, particularly for women.” Stephanie K. Past participant