The Government has some useful guidance about financial abuse, including how to protect yourself, setting up an enduring power of attorney and making sure your will is up to date.
Family violence support
If you are a victim of family violence or in a relationship that makes you fearful about your own or anyone else's safety, seek help as soon as possible. You have the right to be safe.
If you don't have a lawyer, you can ask a Community Law Centre for advice. Limited free legal advice is available from your local Citizens Advice Bureau. You'll need to contact them to make an appointment.
You can report elder abuse to Age Concern's Elder Abuse Services either online or through their helpline - 0800 652 105.
Support is also avaliable through their email firstname.lastname@example.org, by texting 5032 or through MSD's 24 hour Elder Abuse Helpline - 0800 326 6865.
If you want to complain about Kiwibank you can do so online. If we're unable to resolve your complaint, you might want to get help from the Banking Ombudsman.
If you need help with debt or managing your money
Our Manage your money section has articles, tips and guides.
Money Talks, is a free financial resources for people struggling with their finances.
Sorted is the Retirement Commission site, with articles, guides and tools to help with money management.
FinCap has budgeting and financial capability information.
Citizens Advice - information, advice and support on topics including debt, money matters, housing and benefits.