Clancy Yeates For several years now, regulators have tacitly acknowledged that some businesses are gouging customers who pay on credit.
John Collett The official cash rate is low and going lower, while credit card rates have soared.
BOURIS ON MONEY
Mark Bouris Interest-only loans can be a tax-effective way to invest in property – but you'll need to pay attention.
The RBA has set the low-interest rate environment for 2015. Now it's your turn to take control, writes Mark Bouris.
Daryl Dixon Low-rate environment is a good time to look at changes to negative-gearing rules.
BOURIS ON MONEY
Mark Bouris It might have been competitive five years ago but your mortgage could now be looking a bit ordinary.
THE MOTLEY FOOL
Scott Phillips No one knows if it's going to happen but if it does, you'll want to be ready
David Potts Even if the Reserve Bank doesn't jump on Tuesday, interest rates are on the way down again.
John Collett There are winners and losers from the RBA's decision to cut interest rates.
David Potts It would be good if you can set your own deposit rate. Wait – you can.
SUPER & FUNDS
John Collett It is usually never a good idea to bet against our big banks, except maybe when it comes to fixing your mortgage.
Clancy Yeates If you thought the global financial crisis had killed off Australians’ penchant for big mortgages, think again.
David Potts For all the financial system report's visionary reforms, it's hard to nail down exactly what they are.
Clancy Yeates Which borrowers are most likely to fall behind on their mortgage payments?
Michelle Hutchison This season's big question is not how much you plan to spend but how you plan to repay your debt.
Melissa Browne What can you do to ensure buying by the ocean doesn't leave you all at sea?