A third of rewards card holders say that instead of bringing rewards, their card cost them money to maintain.
With slick technology, no branches and limited products, neo-banks are on the rise in Australia, but can they match the big banks on price?
Fertility issues affect one in six Australian couples. With a single IVF cycle costing up to $10,000, more are turning to personal loans or credit cards to cover the cost.
By modernising our grandparents’ flour jar approach to managing money, we can spend less, save more, and make money simple again.
By the time most people are in financial difficulty, it’s too late. Open banking will help lenders identify borrowers at risk and offer better terms.
At 27 I had racked up more than $11,000 in consumer debt. I was sick of living pay to pay, and never having any money. Something had to change.
New regulations designed to help stop Australians from getting stuck with problematic credit card debt kicked in on January 1. Find out how they affect you.
It’s time to get proactive about reducing your spending and throwing every spare dollar at your debt, starting with your credit cards.