It’s never too late to get smart about money

When you join BT, your Welcome Pack will provide you with everything you need to know about your BT Super account. However, sometimes it helps to have a deeper understanding about super and other relevant financial topics. BT Super members have access to an interactive educational website and receive quarterly newsletters. Onsite educational seminars are also available at larger workplaces.

Prepare newsletter

‘Prepare’ is BT’s quarterly newsletter for our members to help them learn more about various finance-related topics that are relevant to individuals. ‘Prepare’ covers topics such as super, investments, insurance and responsible financial planning. 

Read the latest Prepare newsletter

Financial learning with the Davidson Institute

The Davidson Institute is Australia’s first school of money. It is backed by Westpac and is your dedicated education resource. As a member, you’ll have the opportunity to attend local in-branch seminars and complete nationally recognised qualifications, short courses and online training. Membership is free and you’ll receive a regular e-newsletter providing you with insights, tips, and information about upcoming events.

Visit Davidson Institute

Ruby Connection for women

The Ruby Connection is an interactive online community initiated by Westpac and designed to inspire, educate and connect women of all occupations across Australia. For larger workplaces, BT works with Ruby to create tailored workplace seminars and training for women. Westpac is the only Australian bank with an initiative exclusively dedicated to supporting women. The Westpac Women’s Markets team works alongside women to help them build sustainable and profitable futures.

Visit Ruby Connection

Speak to a BT Consultant

If you have any questions about your super.

Call us on 132 135

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