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Op shopping tips for maximum value

You’ve walked past a store and seen a gorgeous pair of jeans, walked in, checked the price, and immediately walked straight back out. We’ve all been there. New clothes are expensive!

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Aussies more optimistic about buying a home – Westpac

New research has revealed 51% of Australians are feeling more confident about the state of the housing market than 12 months ago.

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Women closing the gender pay gap

Australian women are now earning equal to 89% of what Australian men earn on average – a 9% increase from 2007.

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Novated leases explained

Want to get a new car and pay less tax? With a novated lease, you could kill two birds with one stone.

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Australian financial comfort falls – ME Bank

Households across the country are feeling worse about their net wealth, jobs, income and living expenses than at the start of the year, according to a recent survey.

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Apple credit card released in US, Aussie release unconfirmed

Apple’s new credit card, the Apple Card, has launched to select customers in the US this week.

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UBank finds Aussies increasingly interested in their home loan rates

UBank’s annual Know Your Numbers research has revealed the financial literacy of Australians is on the rise when it comes to their home loan rates.

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ME Bank cuts home loan rate to historic low

Major online lender, Me Bank has slashed its three-year fixed home loan to its lowest ever rate.

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Property market stabilises in July

CoreLogic data has shown five of the eight capitals recorded a slight rise in property values in July, resulting in a 0.1% national increase.

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Majority of Aussies only using one credit card

Credit card providers are facing an increasingly competitive market, with more Australians than ever only owning one card.

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