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Household lending up 2.6% in February, smashing expectations

The value of new lending commitments to households was up by 2.6% in February in seasonally adjusted figures, data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) shows.

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How to save money on your health insurance

Here is Saving.com.au’s comprehensive guide to saving money on your health insurance.

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Rents continue to rise across Australia

In more bad news for renters, national weekly rents have risen again, according to CoreLogic data.

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What is the most affordable food box delivery service?

Here is Saving.com.au’s guide to the most affordable food box delivery services.

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‘We’ve never seen it as bad as it is’: Mortgage stress hits new highs

Despite interest rates being at record lows, the number of Australian households suffering mortgage stress continues to rise, new figures from Digital Finance Analytics reveals.

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Labor targets low income earners, promises bigger tax cuts

Low income earners are set to receive bigger tax cuts under a Labor government, as Bill Shorten is set to use his budget reply on Thursday to focus on people earning under $40,000.

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Retail spending unexpectedly rises in February

Retail sales growth smashed expectations in February, rising 0.8% in seasonally adjusted figures, according to data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS).

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How to start saving money in your 20s

Here’s a twenty-something finance journalist’s guide to saving money in your twenties.

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Apartments fuel surge in building approvals

Despite expectations for a drop, approval for the construction of new dwellings jumped in February, driven by a spike in high rise approvals.

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Millions of Australians to receive one-off payment to help with rising cost of electricity

Four million Australians are set to benefit from a cash handout from the Federal Government to ease the burden of rising electricity costs when the Treasurer Josh Frydenberg hands down the Budget on Tuesday.

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