Telstra has launched a loyalty program called Telstra Plus to reward customers for their spending.
Challenger banks are joining market leaders in slashing their fixed mortgage rates to attract new customers.
Australia’s tenth largest bank ME bank has today cut its variable and fixed interest rates by up to 0.26 per cent, on the same day as competitor UBank also announced fixed rate cuts of up to 0.30 per cent. Bankwest has announced cuts to its fixed rates, effective on Friday 17 May.
You may not realise that some lenders offer special mortgage products designed to make it easier for first home buyers to access the property market.
If you’re one of the lucky Australians who’ll be getting a tax refund this year, you have a few places that you can deposit your dollars. But’s which one will give you the best return?
ABS figures reveal first home buyers are showing signs of life in March, in an otherwise tumbling housing finance market.
The government is set to take over the role of guarantor by helping some first home buyers get into the market with as little as a 5 per cent deposit.
Owning a car can be a major expense, with running costs including rego, insurance, servicing, and car loan repayments. But when it comes to fuel, which Australian city is the most expensive on average at the fuel pump?
Auswide has cut interest rates on selected home loans, including fixed and variable rate options for investors and owner occupiers.
Want something for nothing? There are five credit cards that give you just that – provided you pay off your entire bill each month.
ANZ has today dropped rates across several fixed rate home loans, becoming the last of the big four banks to slash fixed rates in recent weeks.
If you want to earn high interest rates for a term deposit, you might have to lock away a lot of money for a long time.
Almost three million cars have been recalled with defective Takata airbags, and while many have been replaced, many have not.
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