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Most Aussies would be better off switching credit cards


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 3 min read )

Amex, Westpac and CBA all offering low-rate credit 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.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 2 min read )

ACCC spotlight on overseas transaction fees will encourage more fee-free products

RateCity research director Sally Tindall said the investigation would shine a much-needed spotlight on an area of banking that is riddled with fees.


Alex Ritchie

Alex Ritchie

( 2 min read )

Australians pay higher currency conversion fees, says government

Changing money to a different currency is costing more than you might think, and it’s something the government isn’t happy about.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 3 min read )

Fitness First pays weighty fine for scaling up surcharges


Bria Horne

Bria Horne

( 2 min read )

Working from home? ATO says to make your tax work right

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.


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 3 min read )

ATO sets the record straight for working deductions

Running up the credit card for things you think you can claim on tax? Depending on your job, you might want to check what’s allowed, says the ATO.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 3 min read )

Big banks offering big balance transfer deals

Three of the big four banks have credit cards with 0 per cent balance transfer offers for at least 18 months, a new market analysis has found.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 2 min read )

Coles and NAB launch new premium credit card specials

Big banks and supermarkets are introducing special offers for premium credit card customers, ranging from travel rewards to cashback on purchases.


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 2 min read )

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