Business loans on the rise while mortgage growth remains flat
Thu, 02 Jun: Australian business loans growth accelerated in April as mortgage growth stayed consistent, with major banks growing at less than the system average according to latest RBA data.
Homebuyers up in the air despite new government home loan support
Sun, 29 May: The government’s promise of an equity contribution will help the most disadvantaged Australians to get a home loan, but they still won't be able to afford one.
Changes to superannuation will be coming your way in July.
Wed, 25 May: With a new financial year rapidly approaching, there are some key changes to superannuation that you need to prepare for ... including who is eligible and how much you need to pay. Read on to find out how the new super changes will affect you.
Undisclosed debt agreement results in rejected insurance claim
Wed, 25 May: A motorist lost her insurance claim dispute after failing to disclose a debt agreement while renewing her insurance policy.
Australian home insurance in crisis?
Thu, 19 May: Warmer temperatures linked to climate change are likely to make home insurance unaffordable for over 500,000 homeowners in Australia by 2030, according to a report from the Climate Council.
AFCA finds MLC failed to give proper notice of rate increases
Thu, 19 May: A dispute ruling against MLC, the Australian Financial Complaints Authority (AFCA) found that the company did not give adequate notice when it raised the critical illness premiums of a policyholder.
Insurance that pays out as soon as extreme weather hits sounds appealing
Wed, 18 May: Australians could soon see a new type of insurance that would pay out as soon as extreme weather hits.
Husband loses insurance dispute over wife's death
Tue, 17 May: A man whose wife’s life insurance policy was revoked after a superannuation death benefit clause change has lost his dispute.
RBA lifts official interest rate
Tue, 03 May: The Reserve Bank of Australia lifted the official cash rate by 25 basis points at its meeting Today.