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In-depth: What's in store for struggling renters in 2021?

Australia might be tipped for a faster than expected economic recovery from the coronavirus, but that doesn’t mean everyone is going to have a good time. Many Australians who rent could be looking at a harsh new year.

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Customer-owned banks continue growth in tough year for banking

Australia's mutual banks, or customer-owned banks, recorded another year of growth despite the challenges presented by COVID-19.

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How regular reminders could save you thousands on your household bills

Mobile app GetReminded claims it can save Australians thousands on their household bills, simply by sending them regular reminders.

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Poor credit behaviours still prevalant among many, even after a COVID credit cleanse

Many Australians have changed their credit behaviours for the better over the COVID period, but those affected the most are still showing some concerning signs.

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Car sharing platform adds 12,000 customers each month during COVID

Car-sharing service Car Next Door has reported a 245% increase in customers over the pandemic months, as people look for ways to save on their expenses.

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Would you pay with a microchip in your hand? Nearly a fifth say yes

As we transition to a cashless society, future payment methods such as microchips are becoming more and more popular.

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New JobSeeker cuts could drop nearly 200,000 below the poverty line

New research shows the planned cuts to JobSeeker in 2021 could push as many as 190,000 people - including 50,000 children - into poverty.

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Credit demand down for everything but home loans in 2020

Consumer credit demand has plummeted overall, but demand for home loans remains strong, new data shows.

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Entertainment spending is increasing as we re-emerge from the pandemic

Australians planned to spend more on entertainment in October, as national spending intentions steadily improved following the easing of Victorian restrictions.

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Xinja to limit its maximum interest rate to $50,000

Xinja will soon cut the maximum interest-earning balance limit on its savings account by two-thirds.

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