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Buy now, pay later to double market share by 2023

The buy now, pay later market is set to grow massively, potentially doubling its market share by 2023.

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Government stimulus only a start: ACOSS

The Government announced a $17.6 billion stimulus package today, which includes a $750 one-off cash handout to Newstart recipients as well as pensioners.

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Credit card numbers stagnant in January

Following December's sharp drop in credit card activity, Australian credit card usage was relatively stable in January.

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Neobanks compared: Interest rates & fees

Here's our simple comparison of the rates, fees, features and payment options neobanks offer Australian banking customers.

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Afterpay, Apple Pay and Google Pay drive digital payment adoption

Digital payment platforms like Afterpay, Apple Pay and Google Pay are driving Australia's growth in utilising digital payment methods.

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Mortgage complaints spike by 20%

The number of complaints about home loans in Australia has risen significantly amid issues with responsible lending and failures to provide assistance.

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ACCC drafts guidelines to make power prices fairer

New guidelines designed to reduce the price of electricity for consumers have been laid out by Australia's competition watchdog.

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Why buy now, pay later is so popular with millennials

We are currently living among the world’s largest youth population in history, with more than half of the world’s population (over 3.8 billion people) being under the age of 30.

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UBank to cut savings account, term deposit rates

NAB-owned UBank has been quick to cut its interest rates for savers in the wake of Tuesday's cash rate cut from the Reserve Bank.

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Low interest rates and banking regulation threatening mutual banks

Australia's leading mutual bank representative has called on the Government to reconsider the approaching wave of banking regulation in the current low interest rate environment.

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