If there was ever an issue that could help you make or save some serious coin, then this is it. It’s our annual Best of the Best edition.
Police Bank and Liberty have taken out Money’s Best of the Best Awards for cheapest personal loans.
Cbus Growth wins Money’s Best of the Best award for best balanced fund with 67% in growth assets and the remainder in conservative investments.
For the second year on the trot, our frontrunner for Best-Value Broadband Bundled Plans is SpinTel’s Urban Home Bundle ($69.95 a month) with a generous 500GB of internet data and unlimited calls to all Australian landlines and mobiles, and no set-up costs.
Take advantage of the savings offered for online transactions and bundled policies with Budget Direct, winner of Money magazine’s Best of the Best award for Cheapest Home and Contents Insurance.
This year our winner in the category of Best-Value Mobile Plans – High Usage is OVO Mobile with 8GB for $34.95.
The Coles Rewards MasterCard takes top spot in the category of Best Rewards Credit Cards with a return of just over $238.
In the non-bank category, Queensland-based Reduce Home Loans has picked up the top award for cheapest home loan the second year in a row.
The good news is that interest rates and annual fees haven’t increased for our Cheapest Credit Cards.
This year’s best savings accounts are paying more interest than last year’s, despite two Reserve Bank cuts.