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Suncorp slashes home loans by up to 100 basis points

This morning, some of Suncorp's rate changes came into effect, including a couple of home loans cut by a full percentage point.

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Another rebound in car sales, but EVs 'stagnant'

February 2021's car sales figures were up 5.1%, but an electric vehicles group has lashed Australian governments' 'hostility' to electric vehicle uptake.

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RBA leaves cash rate on hold at 0.10% in March

At its meeting today, the Reserve Bank has left the cash rate on hold at 0.10%.

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Struggling to find employment? Work on your 'soft skills'

A recent survey of industry leaders shows many prefer 'soft skills', such as communication and adaptability to technical skills in the workforce.

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Australian mortgage sizes continue to grow

The latest lending indicators data shows Australian owner occupier mortgage sizes grew by $4,242 in one month.

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What is a housing bubble and are we in one?

It’s a phrase that gets tossed around a lot, but what is a housing bubble? Depending on who you ask, Australia either is or isn’t in one.

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Which credit cards have no currency conversion fees?

Whether you’re shopping online or heading overseas, currency conversion fees can add up, but luckily there are a few products out there with no such thing.

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IMB, BOQ and others slash home loan interest rates

It was a busy week of rate changes for challenger lenders, with IMB, BOQ, Bank of Us, Hume Bank, and Yard slashing home loan rates by up to 59 basis points.

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Are seven year car loans worth it?

Seven year car loans are increasingly popular, despite five year terms reigning supreme, but there’s some things you should consider before going for the longer loan.

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Parents need 'at least' $8,000 to afford a child's first year

According to a recent survey from CUA, many parents recommend setting aside at least $8,000 for their child's first year.

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