The RBA has held the cash rate at its record low but the next move in interest rates will be a rise.
If you don’t know how much you spend on household expenses and entertainment every month, you’re not alone.
While the result from the first Reserve Bank meeting of the year was widely expected, interest rates won’t stay at their record lows forever.
Property investors could find themselves severely stretched if interest rates rise this year.
Thought interest rates on savings accounts couldn’t go lower? The big four banks have proved us all wrong. But you don’t need to take it lying down.
New research from RateCity.com.au shows that some of the lowest interest rates are reserved for mortgage holders with sizeable equity in their property.
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A slowdown in housing market conditions has helped to alleviate some of the pressure on the RBA to raise the cash rate.