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The coronavirus outbreak has changed everything around us: the way we work, play, eat, shop, travel and spend. So many of the things we've taken for granted until recently have fundamentally changed, and it can all feel very overwhelming.

Here at Finder, we may be working from home, but we haven't stopped working on what we know best: helping everyday Australians take charge of where their money is going. We have a team of over 120 experts working on guides that can help you navigate this crisis, from how to recession-proof your finances to where you can buy household essentials online.

warningWe're updating this guide regularly to ensure you have the latest information about coronavirus and its impact. Always seek professional medical or financial advice before making any decisions.

Must-read guides

How can I manage and protect my money?

The coronavirus pandemic has been described as a battle on two fronts: health and the economy. Throughout 2020, it will be extremely important to carefully manage your finances. Here's how you can safeguard your money (and potentially grow it) during the crisis.

All Finder's guides to coronavirus and your finances

Where can I get financial help?

Need a hand to cope with your bills right now? Here's how you can get assistance.

How to get financial help

Home loans, rent, credit cards, insurance, superannuation, utilities: what's available and how to get it.

All Finder's guides to getting financial help during coronavirus

Where can I buy essential supplies online?

The coronavirus has sparked panic buying across Australia, making it difficult to buy some essential items. These guides can help.

All Finder's guides to shopping during coronavirus

What can I do if I lose my job?

The coronavirus pandemic is expected to result in hundreds of thousands of job losses. Fortunately, there are a range of relief mechanisms available to assist out-of-work Australians. These guides explain how to get help.

All Finder's guides to coronavirus and job loss

What are the rules in my state?

Each state and territory in Australia has slightly different rules around financial assistance, travel and social distancing. Here's what's happening.

Coronavirus guides for all states and territories

How can I set up for working from home?

The government is urging most Australians to work from home if they are able to do so. Many schools have also moved to online learning as more and more students stay at home. These guides are designed to help.

All Finder's guides to working from home

What happens to my home?

All Finder's guides to coronavirus and your home

How can I support my business?

All Finder's guides to running your business during coronavirus

What happens to my travel plans?

Australia is essentially in lockdown during coronavirus, with multiple states shutting their borders and international travel banned outside of exceptional circumstances. These guides will keep you informed about ongoing travel restrictions and their impact on your finances.

All Finder's guides on coronavirus travel

How can I stay healthy?

The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially declared COVID-19 a pandemic of global concern. It's the first pandemic sparked by a coronavirus, which means we are currently in uncharted territory. If you're unsure about any aspect of the virus, please read the guides below.

All Finder's guides on coronavirus health issues

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