Big changes to superannuation regulations were passed through parliament earlier this year and are set to come into effect next week. Super funds should have contacted you about the changes but if you want to know more, read about the new rules here.
Australians are the second most indebted households in the world, and a handful of lenders will let borrowers spread that large debt burden over a 40-year repayment period, allowing them to borrow more but also pay for the privilege.
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.
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.
The buy now, pay later company has been ordered by AUSTRAC to appoint an external auditor to assess its compliance with anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing laws.
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.
Vulnerable Australians, including those living in remote areas, could be about to lose the insurance attached to their superannuation funds under changes set to take effect from July 1.
Mortgage arrears are trekking back towards record highs, despite record low interest rates and and stable employment conditions.