To gain insight into the way Australians approach and handle their personal finances, Australia’s leading financial comparison website RateCity (www.ratecity.com.au) has released an extensive consumer study, uncovering the impact money has on relationships, health and wellbeing.
Men vs women: who is smarter in money matters?
Financial inequity extends beyond the workforce: research
Not only do women earn substantially less than men – 17.7 per cent less, on average – but new research reveals that a financial disparity between genders extends beyond the workforce into household finances.
First date etiquette: Who should pay?
When it comes to first date etiquette, Australians are surprisingly traditional although that could be set to change, according to the results of a national consumer study.
Click to pay is king as consumers embrace bank technologies
Many Australians now pay their bills with a few taps of the finger, as banks beef up their mobile and digital-banking offerings.
Head Of Public Relations
Laine Gordon is the Head of Public Relations at RateCity. With a background in journalism, Laine brings over a decade of experience in personal finance to the team. She is passionate about helping people get out of debt, save money, and make better decisions about their own finances.
Yes, it may be possible to get a $1,500 payday loan with bad credit. Some payday lenders give loans to people with bad credit histories if they believe the borrower has the capacity to repay the loan.
Under Australia’s responsible lending rules, lenders aren’t allowed to approve $1,500 payday loans if they don’t believe the borrower can make the repayments.