Beware spruikers who use high-pressure tactics to flog overpriced property at property seminars. What should you look out for?
Anne Lampe has been a business journalist since 1893. In 1991 she won a Walkley award for her coverage of the Westpac letters. She has written for both The Australian Financial Review and The Sydney Morning Herald, and has written about property, banking, insurance, superannuation, tax, commercial litigation and fraud.
About 2600 mortgage products compete on the market for your attention. Now an online service, Unbiased Mortgage Brokers (UBM), enables borrowers to filter.
The Acorns app enables you to save and invest virtual spare change automatically. So how does it work?
Class actions are a part of the legal system that enable disputes and claims involving multiple victims of mass wrongs to access justice.
What is the Grant Samuel Global Equity Advantage Fund and how does it stack up? Anne Lampe investigates.
Someone has smashed into your car, which puts it off the road for some time. Are you entitled to a free car to use whilst your car is being repaired?
Mistakes in your credit report could have unexpected consequences, so can you do anything to fix it?
Consolidating your debt can save money and time. Here’s what you need to know.
An annuity can cover the bills for your lifetime – and beyond, writes Anne Lampe
Is a budgeting specialist that promises to help sort out your debt the answer?