How much did you spend on a present for Dad this Father’s Day? Probably more than you spent on your last Mother’s Day gift, according to the Commonwealth Bank.
Alarming research from Commonwealth Bank has found that Australian women exhibit lower levels of financial literacy compared to men.
UBank is no longer charging USaver Ultra customers overseas ATM fees and foreign exchange conversion fees.
According to ME’s latest Household Financial Comfort Report more and more Aussies are feeling the pinch and are either being forced to bust open their piggy banks or resort to credit cards and loans just to make ends meet.
Banks are paying interest rates of up to 4.75 per cent on children’s savings accounts - although conditions apply.
If you never remember to deposit money into your savings account, but always remember to Instagram your food, grab your fitbit before walking the dog, or check in when you're out and about, there may be an app that can help you insert your savings into your regular routine, thanks to ING and IFTTT (If This, Then That).
Moody’s has affirmed Australia’s AAA credit rating, although it has also warned of “two key vulnerabilities” to the economy.
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