We're proud to launch Your Family, Your Money, our new podcast for anyone who’s ever wished they were better at handling money.
It's hosted by Caitlin Fitzsimmons (Money editor for the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age) and Georgina Dent (Fairfax columnist and associate editor for Women’s Agenda), two mums who know what it’s like to juggle babies and budgets.
To celebrate the podcast's launch, we're giving you the chance to win $2,000 in a Westpac Bump Savings account. Enter now!
The ten-part series offers a fresh and fun approach to family finance, from busting bills to the back-to-work juggle to the economics of children. It's packed with information relevant to real families, which Georgie and Caitlin explain simply and clearly with plenty of humour thrown in.
Got a question or topic to suggest? Email us now.
Your Family, Your Money is brought to you by Westpac Bump Savings account as part of Westpac’s 200th year celebrations. If your baby was born in 2017, Westpac will deposit $200 into a Westpac Bump Savings account which they can withdraw when they turn 16. You can open the account online today by visiting Westpac's website.
Account must be opened and your ID verified by 31 May 2018. The $200 is limited to 1 per child and will be forfeited if the account is closed before their 16th birthday. Other T&Cs and eligibility criteria apply. Read the T&Cs available at our website before deciding if the product is right for you.
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