Compare the Market takes a look at how household net wealth has changed over the last five years, with a particular focus on 2019 and 2020.
Do you wonder if your spending habits are normal? Discover how much Americans and Australians save and spend each month, and how long their paycheck lasts.
We’ve analysed OECD national accounts data across both 2019 and 2020 to see how COVID-19 affected the world’s biggest economies.
New data from AFG shows that the portion of mortgages lodged by First Home Buyers has flatlined over the last three quarters, indicating that the benefits of the revised First Home Owner Grants have plateaued, failing to stimulate the market as much as hoped.
Motorists in Sydney and Perth can look forward to the weekend ahead with prices expected to be towards their lowest in the petrol cycle.
The New Payments Platform, referred to as the ‘most modern payments system in the world’, is now widely available to Australian customers. The New Payments Platform (NPP), built by participating Australian financial institutions, was launched on the 13th of February,...
Stay safe online, boost your internet safety and ward off hackers with tips from Compare The market.
While it’s not the nicest thing to think about, at some point everyone should take a moment to consider what would happen to your lifestyle, or your family, should the unfortunate happen – whether it is the loss of income due to death, illness or...
Last quarter, the average Australian mortgage loan size grew, for the first time ever, past half a million dollars, according to new data from AFG.
Is Australia’s household debt too high to enable Aussies to save? A recent survey indicates 37% of respondents do not save for unexpected events.
Throwing off worries about high household debt, new data reveals Victoria as the state with the highest growth in property settlements since last quarter.
Comparethemarket.com.au has released its quarterly petrol price analysis ahead of the long weekend, revealing most motorists should hold off filling up.
Despite tighter lending rules, new data reveals that borrowing by real estate investors declined by only two per cent last quarter.