A help-line for consumers that provides advice on the following:
- Home building and or contents insurance
- Consumer credit insurance
- Life insurance
- Funeral insurance
- Pet insurance
- Income protection insurance
- Superannuation related insurance
- Travel insurance
- Motor vehicle insurance (other than CTP)
- Debts to insurance companies in relation to motor vehicle accidents
For further information call 1300 663 464 or visit the website
Usual hours: Monday to Friday, 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Providing free, confidential tax advice, representation, education and advocacy to unrepresented taxpayers and small businesses.
Under the supervision of qualified tax professionals, the UniSA Tax Clinic is staffed by students who can support unrepresented taxpayers across a range of tax matters.
If you are an Australian resident (for tax purposes) or a small business without a tax agent then we may be able to help you.
- Advice regarding your tax matters
- Representation with respect to tax return lodgments and tax debts
- Education to help you comply with taxation requirements
- Advocacy on your behalf to the ATO
Trained in professional conduct, Clinic staff are courteous, respectful and professional at all times. Client information and enquiries are treated as completely confidential.
Clinic services are available at:
The Tax Clinic is closed for appointments until March 2020. Appointments will resume at UniSA City West campus 10.00am-3.00pm Tuesday–Thursday between March and May 2020
Appointments are essential.
The Gambling Helpline provides round the clock counselling, support and information to anyone affected by gambling, including family and friends. It can help you manage with crises, relapses, and other personal issues. Interpreters and face to face referrals can be organised when required.
The service is free, confidential and non-judgmental.
Online counselling and real-time chat and support is also available
The USASA Financial Counsellor can help you manage your money and assist in making the pieces of the puzzle fit.
If you are dealing with financial stress related to issues such as debt, rent, utility costs and budgeting problems a USASA financial counsellor may be able to help you. A financial counsellor can help identify your options and give you the information you need.
What can a USASA Financial Counsellor assist you with:
- Developing a budget to help manage your finances.
- Dealing with bad financial standing with the University.
- Accessing emergency food support.
- Applying for the grant support program.
- Can help point you in the right direction to access further financial support and assistance.
If your issue is not listed here, a Financial Counsellor may still be able to assist.
The Wyatt's small grant program acknowledges the difficulty of managing financial obligations on a fixed, low income.
Wyatt's small grant program provides carefully targeted one-off grants to eligible South Australians.
Applications are accepted from professionals working in a recognised organisation, on behalf of their clients experiencing hardship. This can be achieved by speaking with a community support worker or financial counsellor.