How can you earn 1% more on your savings while helping your kids out with their mortgage? Being the Bank of Mum and Dad has its perks.
Editor Effie Zahos started out as a graduate trainee for one of Australia’s major banks. She moved to TV in 1997, kick-starting her career in finance journalism as head researcher for Channel Nine’s Money Show. A regular finance commentator on TV and radio, she is the author of The Great $20 Adventure.
Paul Clitheroe, Money chairman and chief commentator, taught me this little gem when he offered me a job to move from banking into TV on half my salary.
In 2016 Wesfarmers announced that it had partnered with Citi for the distribution of Coles credit cards. Now we know just what that will mean for consumers.
Saving money does require a bit of effort – but not the physical kind. Here’s how you can whip your finances into shape.
Whether it’s a bank account or shopping list, every little bit counts when you’re trying to save.
There’s only so much you can do to trim your health insurance premiums before your policy becomes worthless, but here are three tips to help you save.
Cash-strapped Australians have a new alternative to predatory payday loans and sky-high interest rates after Good Shepherd Microfinance launched Speckle, a short-term cash loan.
The real problem is not how much mortgage brokers get paid but how.
Encouraging your kids to work and helping them land a job is only the beginning.
We’ve ranked everything from ETFs and managed funds to super funds, home loans and phone plans as part of Best of the Best 2018.