Life is full of challenges and the challenges associated with financial wellbeing can really introduce a lot of stress to our lives.

Below are some of the resources and information that support financial wellbeing for staff of UNSW.

Employee Assistance Program

Benestar is UNSW's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider. Benestar has qualified financial counsellors who can help you with:

  • Budgeting
  • Managing a debt
  • Creating a money plan
  • Analysing spending habits
  • Family finance issues
  • Support following a redundancy, separation or major event
  • Information to help you improve finances impacting your day-to-day living
  • Referrals to other financial tools and services

Benestar's online portal, the BeneHub, provides resources and learning modules on a range of wellbeing topics. There are currently 14 learning modules dealing with financial wellbeing in the BeneHub, and a further 10 articles, tip sheets or fact sheets on the topic.

To access the BeneHub, you will need to create an account. Visit and click on 'BeneHub Login' at the top of the screen. You will need these details:





Visit UniSuper's Superannuation website for forms, tools, calculators and investment updates, or tune in to the monthly investment markets podcast, Super Informed Radio to keep your finger on the pulse.

Financial Advice

UniSuper has qualified financial advisors, who provide advice on everything from the basics of super to creating a full financial plan. UniSuper do not make incentives or commissions on the products they recommend. Fees are quoted before they start, and the first visit is included in your membership if you are a UniSuper member.

Learning Hub

UniSuper's Learning Hub contains a selection of recorded webcasts and articles on topics such as financial wellbeing, growing your super and planning for retirement. To visit the UniSuper Learning Hub, click here.


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