Fred Savage, ICAN Thrive Financial Capability Trainee This month we yarn with ICAN Thrive’s Financial Capability Trainee, Fred Savage, who swapped his demanding job as a chef for a new career, and reclaimed the… Read more »
With the Senate currently considering bank closures in regional Australia, ICAN has reflected on the lessons it has learned over many years from talking to people in regional and remote communities about the barriers… Read more »
The Save Sorry Business Coalition met in Canberra this week to get money returned to the thousands of people harmed by the Youpla collapse. The coalition comprised First Nations representatives from consumer organisations and… Read more »
Need to know Indigenous residents from remote communities in Far North Queensland are being sold dodgy cars from dealerships in Cairns The systems for redress when sold a lemon car are difficult to navigate… Read more »
Need to know Remote Indigenous consumers in Far North Queensland are regularly being sold lemon cars In Wujal Wujal the impact of the dodgy car sales is widespread CHOICE speaks with Indigenous consumers who’ve… Read more »
A 30 second #SaveSorryBusiness advertisement for the Australian Government’s Youpla Funeral Benefits Program. You can find out more about the program by calling 1800 296 989 or visiting their website at https://treasury.gov.au/youpla .
The Save Sorry Business Coalition recently held a public day of action at Australian Parliament House. The day of action came after an announcement by Ministers Linda Burney and Stephen Jones. You can watch… Read more »
Aimee is a Barkindji woman from Menindee, far west NSW, now living in Cairns. She recently left a career in childcare to take up one of the CommBank and ICAN Learn Cert IV in… Read more »