Trending Financial News 5 September 2019

Which banks are Australia’s customer favourites? Teachers Mutual bank, ING and Bank Australia are Australia’s favourite banks, measured by how willing their customers are to [...]

POSTED ON September 5, 2019
Could Australia get negative interest rates?

The world economy is in totally uncharted territory. Last week central bankers from around the globe met in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA and tried to [...]

POSTED ON August 29, 2019
Top 10 credit cards in Australia

Sometimes, when you’re looking for the best credit cards on offer, you can get tied up with all the different types, perks, interest rates and [...]

POSTED ON August 29, 2019
Trending Financial News 29 August

Older Aussies still repaying the mortgage Average mortgage debt among older Australians, over 55 years, has soared from $27,000 to more than $185,000, according to [...]

POSTED ON August 29, 2019
Trending Financial News 28 August

Car loan rates crash to under 5% Peer-to-peer lender RateSetter has dropped its car loan interest rates. RateSetter’s new advertised rates start from 4.69 per [...]

POSTED ON August 28, 2019
Does Australia need an interest rate cut?

Does Australia need an interest rate cut? Vote YES or NO https://www.facebook.com/193785440635734/posts/2667190169961903/ Should monetary policy put “People before Profits” or “Poverty before Property Prices?” The [...]

POSTED ON June 3, 2019
First Aussie bank smashes through 3%

The first lender in Australia to announce a retail home loan rate under three per cent is Greater Bank. The Newcastle based mutual bank has [...]

POSTED ON May 31, 2019
What is an Excess?

An excess is a contribution you are required to pay towards a claim you make on your car insurance policy. An insurer may have many [...]

POSTED ON May 31, 2019
Trending News 2 May 2019

Tough mortgage buffer rules under fire Get ahead of the game by catching up on the latest home loan news, check out our range of [...]

POSTED ON May 2, 2019