Brotherhood of St Laurence

Saver Plus summary report 2011 : incorporating summaries of two research reports : Evaluation of Saver Plus past participants 2011 and Many faces of saving : the social dimensions of Saver Plus /

By: Russell, Roslyn | Brotherhood of St Laurence
Contributor(s): Wall, Lauren | Doan, Minh Phuong | Bodsworth, Eve
Publisher: Melbourne, Vic. Australia and New Zealand Banking Group Limited 2011; Brotherhood of St Laurence 2011Description: 20 p.: ill. colISBN: Subject(s): Banks And Banking Customer Services | Low Income Families Economic Aspects | Low Income Groups Economic Aspects | Saving And Investment Victoria | Welfare Recipients Finance, Personal | Disadvantaged Groups | Social Exclusion | Financial Literacy | Financial Counselling | Statistical Analysis | Saver Plus Program | Financial Inclusion | Brotherhood of St LaurenceDDC classification: 332.21 SAV Online Resources: Electronic copy
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Summary report Saver Plus is an initiative of the Brotherhood of St Laurence and ANZ. The program is funded by ANZ and the Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs, with ANZ providing matched savings for participants. The program is delivered in partnership with The Smith Family, The Benevolent Society and Berry Street. Local community organisations also deliver Saver Plus including Anglicare SA, Anglicare WA, BGT, Bethany Community Support, Jewish Care Victoria and Haven.

This document incorporates summaries of two Saver Plus research reports. The first research report was prepared by researchers at RMIT University and is the latest in a series of ongoing evaluations of the effectiveness of the Saver Plus program, focusing on the experience of participants from the 2006-2009 period. The second was prepared by researchers at the Brotherhood of St Laurence and assesses the experiences of Saver Plus participants to better understand the savings challenges faced by low-income people. This study includes recommendations for improving the Saver Plus program, and for broader financial policy reform.


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