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January financial wrap up

January financial wrap up

You might not have been paying attention during the first month of 2018 and who could blame you - there were beaches to get to, bevvies that needed drinking and books that simply had to be read.

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November financial wrap up

November financial wrap up

With just one month left until the new year ticks over and even less until Santa climbs down the chimney, Aussies might have taken their eyes off the big headlines to come from November. But fear not, we’ve wrapped up the month’s money must-knows, bow and all, so that you can head into, what is sure to be a busy December, financially prepared.

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October financial wrap up

October financial wrap up

There’s under two months to Christmas and boy can we tell. Headlining this month’s financial news was a couple of big credit card launches as the banks make a play for your business before the festive season, a host of banking innovations to keep the tech heads happy and of course, energy news as we head into our warmest months.

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September financial wrap up

September financial wrap up

September signalled the start of spring and rather predictably, property news was at the forefront of the month’s financial news. That aside, there was a bunch of consumer-facing news that hit the headlines, Mozo launched its Experts Choice awards for insurance and despite the warmer weather, energy continued to be a contentious topic.

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August financial wrap up

August financial wrap up

Our final winter month saw many of the money trends of the season continue with savings interest rates continuing to slide, energy expenses taking centre stage and property price talk ramping up with spring selling season upon us.

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July’s financial wrap up

July’s financial wrap up

A lot happened in the first month of the new financial year. Our coldest month reignited the energy price debate, the property market continued to prove problematic and we welcomed a new era of banking.

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