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  • Buy now, pay now: the importance of budgeting for gifts
    How much do you think the average Aussie spends on gifts each month? $20, $50 or 100? (hint: we’re a generous bunch). Today we’ll look at why it’s important to budget for these expenses correctly, rather than succumbing to ‘buy now, pay later’ services.
  • New code to protect Aussies buying solar panels
    Ever thought about investing in solar panels for your home? If so, you’ll know it’s a big decision and there’s a lot to wrap your head around. Fortunately, the consumer watchdog is proposing a new retailer code to make solar purchases safer and easier.
  • Caviar and wine, anyone? What a court ruling means for you
    Indulgences such as caviar, wagyu beef and the finest bottles of wine shouldn’t count against you when lenders assess your application for finance, a Federal Court judge has said.
  • On the hunt for a new loan provider?
    One in 10 consumers have switched credit products in the past year, according to new research, with Millennials and women in particular pouncing on offers from small banks, credit unions and building societies.
  • Planning ahead: RBA says expect long-term low interest rates
    Good news for mortgage holders this week, with the RBA saying "it’s reasonable to expect an extended period of low interest rates”.

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