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Australia's Best Banks and Credit Unions for 2020 Unveiled

Financial providers in Australia were compared head to head to find the winners of the Mozo Experts Choice Awards for Australia’s Best Banking 2020.

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Mozo in the media

2020 06 29 sunrise story trim

Aussies losing interest in rewards

Australians are losing interest in rewards cards. Mozo data has found that 66% of Australians no longer believe in rewards card returns.

SUNRISE | 29 Jun 2020

2020 06 11 sbs finance report trim

Ricardo Gonclaves’s Finance Overview

Gonclaves looks at how well the Australian home loan market is fairing amidst COVID-19. Kirsty recommends mortgage owners to refinance.

SBS NEWS | 11 Jun 2020

2020 06 10 sunrise financial turmoil trim

Australians facing financial hardship

Many Australians have been thrown into financial turmoil. Kirsty Lamont says job security fears have tripled since January and are struggling to save money.

SUNRISE | 10 Jun 2020

2020 06 02 sky news video

RBA urged to cut rates further

Kirsty Lamont reveals that multiple cuts have been made to fixed home loan rates. Despite that, economists urge the RBA to cut rates further.

SKY NEWS | 2 Jun 2020