A collection of smaller lenders are offering personal loans with interest rates significantly lower than the big four banks are charging.
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The number of personal finance commitments fell from October 2018 to November 2018, according to the latest figures from the Australian Bureau of Statistics.
Personal loan interest rates have climbed over the past year, although it’s still possible to get loans for under 6 per cent.
A range of customer-owned institutions are significantly undercutting the big four banks, according to a new analysis of personal loan interest rates.
Australians are taking out fewer personal loans and suffering fewer bankruptcies, new data has revealed.
Coles Financial Services is now offering personal loans, on top of its existing offering of insurance, credit cards and prepaid cards.
It was a tough financial year for Australia’s debtors, with the number of personal insolvencies around the country growing over 2017-18 to reach the highest figure in nearly a decade.
New research from ING shows that while millennials have an inclination towards accumulating debt, they’re more serious about paying it off than many would believe.
A diverse range of small lenders are undercutting the big banks and offering some of the lowest-rate personal loans in Australia.
Australia’s financial services regulator has warned consumers to be wary of companies that claim they can fix poor credit ratings.
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