Most Australians don’t hold a credit card that suits their typical spending patterns, and many could save up to $250 per year simply by switching cards.
There are a dozen different credit card providers offering cards with interest rates under 10 per cent, an analysis of the credit card market has found.
RateCity research director Sally Tindall said the investigation would shine a much-needed spotlight on an area of banking that is riddled with fees.
Changing money to a different currency is costing more than you might think, and it’s something the government isn’t happy about.
Tax time doesn’t mean you can claim anything and everything to reduce credit card debt. If you’re working from home, you’ll want to check those claims carefully.
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