The May issue of Money is on sale now. From the Netflix of car ownership to how to get a mortgage as a casual worker, here’s what you can expect.
Have $100 to start investing? We raise the hood on three options – peer-to-peer loans, micro-investing apps and fractional property – worth exploring.
What happens if you invest in peer-to-peer lending and want to withdraw your money early? We answer your P2P questions.
Aussies are diverting millions of dollars away from savings accounts and term deposits into longer-term peer-to-peer investing, according to research from P2P lender RateSetter’s investor base.
Term deposits are paying just 1-3%. These alternatives could double that, but beware the risks.
Similar to a term deposit but with double the return? Kevin explains why he invests in P2P lending, and why he’ll one day be offering thousands of loans.
The incorporation of forward-thinking technology is taking the finance world by storm – so much so that a new breed of technology-focused financial start-ups – fintech for short – has emerged to change the way local consumers manage their money.
The suggestion might sound a little absurd but, given record low mortgage rates, it can actually make sense to delay paying off your mortgage.