There is a massive 2.28% difference between the cheapest and dearest variable mortgage rates on offer.
With some interest rates topping 20% and annual fees of up to $700, it pays to shop around when it comes to credit cards. That’s where this award comes in.
Data usage by Aussie smartphone owners is up almost 50% from 2016. With the telco industry constantly changing, we set the bar even higher for this award.
This insurer has taken out the Best of the Best award for cheapest car insurance for third year in a row.
This super fund has consistently ranked as the top-performing balanced fund over one, three, five and seven years for its 1.1 million members.
“The real winners in this awards issue are consumers,” says Money editor Effie Zahos.
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.