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Possibly even more confusing than a bunch of money numbers are the words that purport to explain them.
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This online currency converter has the latest worldwide currency rates and lets you perform currency conversions in a flash.
Get a free copy of your credit report at MyCreditFile and check your credit rating, which is used by lenders to assess your application for loans, credit cards, phone accounts and more.
The Government's first home owner scheme provides a one off grant of up to $21,000 to eligible first home owners. You can find all the details and even apply online.
Looking for lost super? The ATO's free online SuperSeeker service looks for your lost super in real time and finds possible matches. You can also do a more extensive lost super search over the phone.
If you want to consolidate your super by transferring it from one fund to another, here's a link to the ATO's superannuation portability form which you can download online.
ASIC's free online unclaimed money search tool will help you find money left in old bank accounts, company shares or life policies that you might have forgotten about or didn't even know you had.
If you need to make an official complaint against a banking, insurance or investment provider, the Financial Ombudsman is a free and independent dispute resolution service.
The Government has introduced new measures to make it easier for you to switch banks if you are not satisfied with your current one.
If you're saving for your first home, FIDO's new home saver account calculator and checklist can help you decide if this type of account is for you.
Our articles have all the info you need to minimise fees, max out your benefits and get your finances sorted.
Aussie consumers have had a positive reaction to the RBA rate cut and the announcement of the Federal Budget 2015, by increasing their spending. The ANZ-Roy Morgan Consumer Confidence report said that consumer confidence had jumped 3.6% last week to 114.6 to the highest level since early November.
Deloitte predicts this will be the year the world starts using their smartphones as a credit or debit card, otherwise known as a digital wallet.
With 9.8% of Perth locals planning to buy or build a new house or property in the 12 months to March 2015, Roy Morgan research has predicted Perth may become Australia’s next hot property hub.
A new analysis has indicated that after the federal government’s proposed changes to the pension, people with average incomes or below could lose more than $100,000 over the course of their entire retirement period. This means that middle Australia could be worst hit by the changes.
Aussie retirement savings are being drained by underperforming bank owned super funds, after new data by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA) revealed that average annual returns to industry super funds in the not for profit sector have been higher compared to bank owned super funds over the past 11 years.
Aussies could be in for a boost if the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) goes ahead with plans to cut the base interest rate next week, as analysts have predicted it will.
Many Aussies were bitterly disappointed when the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) decided not to lower interest rates earlier this month and it seems unlikely that any reductions will be seen until the new year.