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RateCity launches money vid for kids

17th of March 2015

Teaching kids about money as early as possible is one of the best ways to set them up for a good financial future, according to financial comparison site RateCity who has this week launched a cartoon and video series for kids as young as four.

RateCity launches retail comparison tool for super

9th of March 2015

At a time when Australians are reportedly paying more than $20 billion annually in fees and expenses on their superannuation, financial comparison site RateCity.com.au has launched a tool that increases transparency around the fees charged, to help simplify the process of finding a suitable fund.

RBA bows to rate cut pressure

3rd of February 2015

After weeks of speculation, the Reserve Bank of Australia board has followed through with a 0.25 percentage point rate cut today, bringing the cash rate to a new record low of 2.25 percent.

Paul Marshall appointed RateCity CEO

17th of November 2014

Australia’s leading financial comparison site RateCity.com.au is pleased to announce the appointment of digital powerhouse Paul Marshall as chief executive officer.

RateCity launches Rates of the Nation report

14th of October 2014

Australia’s leading financial comparison site, RateCity.com.au, has taken a new step for the market today launching the inaugural Rates of the Nation report, a quarterly analysis of interest rate movements in the person finance space.

Rates remain on hold – new record

2nd of September 2014

A RateCity analysis of RBA data shows that as at September it is the longest period with a steady cash rate on record since May 2006. And, if the cash rate remains on hold for the remainder of this year, it will be 18 months unchanged and the longest period of continuously steady rates in almost 20 years.