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Up to slash savings account interest rate next week

Neobank Up has announced it will be cutting its savings account interest rate by 25 basis points next week.

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Unit rental prices see largest fall in over 15 years

House and unit rental prices have fallen across most major capitals, with unit rents in particular falling by the biggest margin in 15 years nationally.

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Loans.com.au cuts variable & fixed home loan rates

Online lender Loans.com.au has cut home loan rates on several of its mortgage products.

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ME & Heritage Bank customers can now use Apple Pay

ME and Heritage Bank have today switched on Apple Pay, enabling customers to now make contactless payments with their smartphone.

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You can now earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points with Afterpay

Afterpay customers will now be allowed to earn Qantas Frequent Flyer points, thanks to a new partnership between the two.

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Withdrew from your super due to COVID-19? The ATO is watching

Up to three million Australians could be in the tax office’s crosshairs this tax season, thanks to the recently introduced early super access scheme.

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Australians to rein in their spending this financial year

Australians are resolving to rein in their discretionary spending in the new financial year, a new survey shows.

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New car sales up slightly in June after a disastrous few months

New vehicle sales had an uptick in June after a horrid few months of declines, new data shows.

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Using HomeBuilder? Here's how you can finance your construction

Thinking of using the new HomeBuilder scheme to build or renovate a property? You’ll need to work out how you can finance it first, since the $25,000 grant from the Government only scratches the surface of the overall cost.

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Nearly 400,000 young Australians have drained their super

Hundreds of thousands of young Australians have completely emptied their super balances, according to damning new analysis.

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