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.
Millennials are carrying more debt than Gen Xers or baby boomers, with many struggling to pay off their credit cards. Here are five tips to tackle the debt.
Interest-free periods on credit cards are a hard lesson to learn. If you owe money on your credit card, you don’t get any interest-free days at all.
Cardholders are seeing their points-earning potential dwindle before their eyes, but there are still plenty of credit cards that deliver decent rewards.
Were you late paying a credit card bill two years ago? It could soon come back and bite you, especially next time you want to take out a loan.
If an overseas adventure is on your bucket list, choosing the right travel money card could leave you with more cash for sightseeing and souvenirs.