millennials save money

Savers flock to Judo, 86 400, Xinja, Volt and other neobanks

Savvy savers have quickly warmed to neobanks, depositing their savings to take advantage of market leading interest rates.

Read More…

millennials save money

Retail jobs and hours worked down despite penalty rate cuts

The promise of increased hours and job listings as a result of 2017 cuts to penalty rates has gone unfulfilled.

Read More…

millennials save money

Cross-collateralisation loans: How do they work?

A cross-collateral loan allows you to have two or more properties as security on a loan, but is it a good idea?

Read More…

millennials save money

Australian dollar crashes to 11-year low as coronavirus hits tipping point

Fears of a global pandemic have seen the Australian dollar tumble to its lowest value against the US Dollar in over a decade.

Read More…

millennials save money

When do CommBank, NAB, ANZ and Westpac think the next RBA rate cut will be?

The long predicted February cash rate cut from the Reserve Bank (RBA) has been thrown into doubt, with economists split on when the next one will be.

Read More…

millennials save money

Australian unemployment falls, no February RBA rate cut?

Australia's unemployment rate fell to 5.1% in December, from 5.2% in November.

Read More…

millennials save money

How do rent-to-own cars work?

Most people long for a new set of wheels but often don’t have the upfront finances to fund it. But what if you could rent the car, and then pay for it down the track?

Read More…

millennials save money

Australian pokie gambling falls while lottery participation remains steady

The Northern Territory has the highest poker machine and betting participation rates of any state or territory, while Western Australia has the highest rate for lotteries and scratch tickets.

Read More…

millennials save money

Test

millennials save money

Australian economy locked into slow growth in 2020: Deloitte

With wage growth stagnant, unemployment unlikely to fall, and the economic cost of bushfires and drought to soar well into the billions, Australia's economy could be treading water, rather than roaring into recovery in 2020.

Read More…