Financial Information Service 

The Financial Information Service (FIS) is an education and information service available to everyone in the community. While the FIS service does not provide financial advice, FIS Officers can help you to make informed financial decisions.

FIS is provided by specialist Services Australia officers. It is independent, free and confidential, and provided by phone, by appointment and through community outreach.

FIS has been a trusted source of independent financial information since 1989:

  • FIS works with financially vulnerable people to improve their financial capability
  • FIS fosters self-sufficiency by looking at financial options beyond the payments and services offered by Services Australia
  • FIS is available to everyone, not just people receiving Government payments and services.

For more information about FIS call Services Australia on 13 2300 or visit the Services Australia website.

Related information

Commonwealth Financial Counselling Program

Related websites

Money Smart

(website run by the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) to help people make smart choices about their personal finances)

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