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Mr Squiggle $2 coin launched in Woolworths

Alex Ritchie
Feb 15, 2019( 2 min read )

Scammers kickstart the year by pretending to be ATO

Nick Bendel
Feb 10, 2019( 2 min read )

How to avoid getting caught unaware by digital Cabcharge

Mark Bristow
Feb 8, 2019( 3 min read )

Aussie bankruptcies at lowest level in 23 years

The number of Australians declaring bankruptcy has fallen to its lowest level since March 1995, according to the latest personal insolvency statistics from the Australian Financial Security Authority.

Alex Ritchie
Jan 28, 2019( 1 min read )

Apple Pay is switched on for CommBank, Bankwest

Nick Bendel
Jan 27, 2019( 2 min read )

Gen Z leads in digital payments as Aussies turn to phones

Alex Ritchie
Jan 23, 2019( 3 min read )

ANZ gives more choice to Apple Pay users

ANZ has extended its Apple Pay offering for its three million Access Advantage Visa debit cardholders.

Nick Bendel
Jan 20, 2019( 1 min read )

Australians seeking financial advice from friends and family

Almost one in five Australians (17.2 per cent or 3.5 million people) have been asked for financial advice by their friends or family, according to research from Roy Morgan.

Alex Ritchie
Jan 15, 2019( 2 min read )

One third of Aussies lack confidence in financial future

One in three Australians report feeling uncertain about their financial future, according to new research from the Commonwealth Bank and the Melbourne Institute.

Mark Bristow
Jan 14, 2019( 2 min read )

Fitbit to be used for Sydney’s Opal via Visa, MasterCard

Alex Ritchie
Jan 8, 2019( 2 min read )

NAB cuts ties with rediATM, stays fee free

Mark Bristow
Jan 4, 2019( 2 min read )

Know your rights and don’t get stuck with a dud Christmas present

Liz Seatter
Jan 2, 2019( 2 min read )

Up makes it easier to transfer money

One of Australia’s newest banks has unveiled an Australian-first initiative - conversational payments in app for customers.

Nick Bendel
Dec 28, 2018( 2 min read )

All that Christmas shopping is causing financial stress

Australians have bought an average of 11 Christmas presents, at a total cost of $240, but many would have rather cut back, a survey has found.

Nick Bendel
Dec 24, 2018( 2 min read )

Your Christmas feast will be your most expensive meal this year

11.2 million Australians have admitted to overspending on food and groceries during the holiday season compared to the rest of the year, according to new research from CBA.

Alex Ritchie
Dec 22, 2018( 2 min read )

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