NSW Year 8 to Year 10 school students have been invited to submit creative money management tips for young people, including messages about avoiding scams and debt traps, to the 2014 Money Stuff Challenge.
It aims to help young consumers make good decisions about things like online shopping, mobile phone plans, car buying or moving out of home.
The challenge was launched this year by the NSW Fair Trading Minister, Stuart Ayres, with prizes up to $250 for students and $1000 for their school.
It has run since 2000, and last year more than 1000 students from 60 schools submitted entries, which can be in any form from short movies to websites, radio plays, short stories or posters.
Entries must go through www.moneystuff.net.au and close on Sunday 3 August.