Christmas is around the corner and your budgeting has gone to plan, so what is the cheapest way to borrow – signing up for a personal loan, drawing down on your mortgage, opening a credit card, or taking out a payday loan?
If you’ve ever made a late payment on a loan or credit card, your bank could soon be forced to tell other lenders, and you could face higher interest rates.
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.
ING Australia has put an end to ATM fees globally and dropped its fees for international transactions made overseas or online.
In the market for a new credit card? Cashbacks, Uber discounts and smartphone screen insurance are among a raft of new rewards on offer just in time for Christmas.
Free ATM access. A home deposit savings account. A new credit card interest rate. CBA is rolling out a series of new offers in a bid to retain customers, but is it enough?
Tougher rules on credit cards are needed to tackle Australia’s growing personal debt problem.
Consumers will no longer be slugged with hefty fees for paying by card, with businesses banned from charging excessive surcharges from September 1.