Kids earning higher interest rates than parents
Banks are paying interest rates of up to 4.75 per cent on children’s savings accounts - although conditions apply.
Make your own rules with new ‘set and forget’ saving system
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).
Australia praised for its strong economy
Moody’s has affirmed Australia’s AAA credit rating, although it has also warned of “two key vulnerabilities” to the economy.
Young Aussies lack financial confidence
According to new research from Westpac, almost three-quarters of young Australians worry they are making poor financial choices.
Travel is Australia’s favourite way to spend
Daydreaming about your next holiday? You’re not alone, as new research has found that travel is the number one activity Australians want to spend their cash on.
One in three Australians on struggle street
A recent report from ANZ has revealed that while 45% of Australians feel like they’re on top of their money, around 36% of Australians are struggling with some degree of financial stress.
Australian high-interest savings accounts paying up to 3%
The most generous high-interest savings accounts are currently paying about the same interest rates as the most generous term deposits.
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