Savings is an everyday finance website whose primary purpose is to help Australians from all walks of life save money. 

Featuring some of the sharpest finance deals on the market as well as a mix of breaking news and insightful guides on a range of matters impacting Australians’ savings, was born out of the need for practical and common sense ways to save.

Thousands of Australians visit to: is a fast-growing, innovative brand with ambitions to become Australia’s home of practical savings information. 

Millions of Australians visit each year – making the website one of Australia’s leading sources of financial news, guides and product comparisons. is one of a body of websites within the wider InfoChoice Group, alongside InfoChoice, Your Mortgage, Your Investment Property Magazine and Performance Drive.   

InfoChoice Group is an associate of Firstmac, one of Australia’s largest non-bank lenders, with more than $16 billion in home loans currently under management and a 40 year history which has seen it help Australians get into more than 130,000 home loans. Firstmac has been a proud premier sponsor of the Brisbane Broncos since 2013 and is also a major supporter of the Steve Waugh Foundation, which supports children with rare diseases and their families.

Meet The Team

Dominic Beattie

Dominic Beattie is the Editor of and host of The Savings Tip Jar Podcast. Previously working as a finance journalist, Dominic has been publishing articles on finance, business and economics since 2015, and helped launch as finance news and comparison site in 2018. Dominic's commentary has featured in various news outlets, including: Channel 7 News,, Yahoo Finance Australia, Domain,, Daily Mail and Radio 2NURFM.

Harrison Astbury

Harrison is's Assistant Editor, and also Editor & Research Analyst of sister comparison site Prior to joining Savings Media Group in January 2020, he worked for some of Australia's largest comparison sites and media organisations, and has key interests in housing policy, real estate, and niche topics such as the gold standard.

Emma Duffy

Emma Duffy is Editor at Your Mortgage and Your Investment Property Mag, which are part of the Savings Media Group. In this role, she manages a team of journalists and expert contributors committed to keeping readers informed about the latest home loan and finance news and trends, as well as providing in-depth property guides.
She is also a finance journalist at which she joined shortly after its launch in early 2019.


Harry joined Savings in November 2022. With a degree in economics from the University of Queensland, Harry is interested in topics such as inflation and GDP, and is passionate about keeping Australians informed on the external factors that impact their personal finances.


Brooke Cooper joined and the InfoChoice Group in 2023. She previously wrote for the Motley Fool, covering topics such as share prices, companies, and IPOs. With interests in everyday finance and wealth, Brooke is passionate about educating Aussies - especially young adults - on all things money.


Denise Raward is a senior journalist with an interest in macroeconomics, real estate and personal finances. She has previously worked in mainstream media organisations and in academia, joining in 2024. She strives to deliver financial information in everyday language to enable all Australians to better understand how to manage their own – and their families' – ongoing financial health.


In The Media's unique commentary, insights and findings have featured in a wide variety of media outlets across television, radio, print and online news.

7-news-savings-dominic-beattie.jpg Editor Dominic Beattie speaking to 7NEWS about home loan interest rate cuts.

The Savings team on 2NUR FM 103.7 Mark Rorke's Morning Show in Newcastle

The Savings Tip Jar Podcast

Penny For Your Thoughts Podcast

If you're a journalist or TV/radio producer seeking commentary or research, please contact Dominic Beattie:
Telephone: 07 3017 8813
Mobile: 0403 806 758

As seen on

Daily Mail Australia
Seven news
The West Australia
Yahoo Finance