Don't let your savings dwindle: too many Aussies leave their money in low interest accounts

RateCity Staff

RateCity Staff

May 31, 2012( 1 min read )

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Leaving your cash in a low interest account could cost you hundreds of dollars per year. Australians earning the average income need to earn at least 3.2% interest to stay ahead of inflation. Savers urged to keep a close eye on savings account rates this year.

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