It’s no secret this Easter will be unlike any other. With coronavirus distancing measures keeping us indoors, we’ll have to bid farewell to the classic way of spending the long weekend, whether that’s an epic house party or a road trip with family.
After noting a significant number of scam reports related to COVID-19, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has now issued a warning specifically related to fraudulent claims around early superannuation access.
Since 1874, Bank of Queensland (BOQ) has been getting to know their customers’ needs across numerous easy-to-navigate banking products. So it’s no surprise the regional bank now sits among the best in the country.
With Australians still healing from the worst recorded bushfire season and now the entire world thrown into a health crisis, investing in the welfare of everyone and the future of the planet has never been a more relevant topic.
In the last few days, the nation has been introduced to harsher restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19 - one of which is to stop Aussies from visiting other households unless it’s to provide care.
In what might be the best news for the nation's savers this year, banks and other financial institutions are actually increasing rates on select savings and term deposit accounts. The emerging trend is a rare ray of light for savers, and a strong sign that competition for deposit customers is heating up.
With a global health crisis ongoing and the future of a lot of jobs on the line, it’s understandable if you’re feeling anxious about your rainy day fund. Savings rates are changing all the time, so if you haven’t looked around for a while you may find your current account isn’t giving you the interest you deserve.