Buying a new car is almost cheaper than ever, thanks to the relatively strong economy, low interest rates and stiff competition among car manufacturers.
Figures from the Australian Automobile Association (AAA) show that Australian households are spending an average of $17,147 each year on transport costs, and we’re spending more and more each year. What can we do to put the brakes on our spending?
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.
The number of Australians failing to keep up with their car loans will continue to rise, with those living in mining centres most likely to fall behind on their payments.
Car dealers are growing increasingly eager to sell their new car stock in the sprint to the silly season. Why? Because on January 1, 2017, all those shiny new 2016 cars will suddenly become last year’s models. Clearly, buying your new car at the right time can give you the upper hand, and the end…
Investors can take advantage of the rise of electric vehicles as there are plenty of winners but there will also be losers among other industries.
As my crystal ball is in the repair shop after an appalling lack of accuracy in the footy finals, I’ll have to go back to basics. The three key influencers of petrol prices across Australia are: the price of crude oil, the $A to $US exchange rate and the local market conditions. Of these three…
If you have a limit of $10,000 on your credit card, be aware that it will reduce your borrowing power for a home loan by around $40,000.
Marcela Balart, External Relations Advisor from Bingle Insurance talks to Money editor Effie Zahos about taking out the ‘Cheapest car insurance’ award.
Paul and his partner are currenlty renting and are considering buying an investment property. Paul asks Paul Clitheroe if they have missed the boat?