There are now more Australians at least 90 days behind on their home loan repayments than at any time since the last recession, but the Reserve Bank says we shouldn't be worried, yet.
Economists say the Reserve Bank should put large-scale money printing on the table — but what is quantitative easing, and is it something to be wary of?
Many Australians are losing money on their savings accounts, as ultra-low interest rates on many deposits are way below the the rising cost of living.
One of the first acts of the re-elected Morrison Government was to commit to a detailed review of retirement incomes. With so many tweaks to superannuation in recent years, Andrew Robertson examines what might be left to look at.
Around Australia, many people are standing up in courtrooms to represent themselves, often against an adversary with deep pockets. Could you do it?
The first trial arising from the banking royal commission has wrapped up, with an already shuttered financial planner accused of misleading and deceptive conduct.
Even if your bank has publicly promised to pass on this month's Reserve Bank interest rate cut it may not automatically apply to your mortgage, consumer advocates warn.
Adam Hughes never imagined buying a modest family home in Perth's outer suburbs would lead him into financial turmoil, struggling to pay a mortgage he can no longer afford.
When Ben Anderson was unable to find a bank willing to give him a business loan, he turned to a non-bank lender. It was not long before debt collectors were knocking on his door.
Retirees and first-home savers are expected to be hardest hit as a result of the Reserve Bank's rate cut, as the interest they earn from term deposits and savings accounts continues to fall.