David Potts With a negative official rate of minus 0.1 per cent in Europe, there is a lot of foreign money washing through our economy reports David Potts.
John Collett It's that time of year again, when the children return to school and - for fee-paying students - their parents learn how much they'll be expected to cough up for the privilege.
Clancy Yeates You wouldn't guess it but almost two-thirds of households don't have a mortgage.
David Potts Always one for jumping ahead of itself, the market has decided interest rates will rise next year.
David Potts There are firms out there whose purpose is to help you claim back fees and commissions.
Penny Pryor Helping break the poverty trap for people with small interest-free loans, will benefit the whole country in the long run.
John Collett Piles of money are lost each year by savers who leave their spare cash in everyday accounts.
Clancy Yeates Hundreds of billions of dollars have poured into high-interest deposit accounts since the global financial crisis, as savers exploited the relatively strong interest rates.
Chris Tolhurst If you don't want to struggle to pay off a mortgage later in life, the best time to enter the property market is in your early to mid-20s.
John Collett Only two years ago, financial institutions were bending over backwards to attract depositors' cash with interest rates on term deposits of more than 6 per cent.
Sylvia Pennington Teens need their own money but how can they earn it, and how can parents help them make the right decision?
Clancy Yeates Which type of savings accounts pay the best returns? Until recently, term deposits tended to offer the best deal for savers.
David Wilson The average savings accounts now only offer moderate to measly interest. The going rate hovers at about 3 per cent – unimpressive bang for buck.
John Kavanagh A new type of savings account starting to appear in the banking market will give people more options when it comes to organising their savings.
Emily Chantiri If you have a short-term saving plan there are a few options to help make the most of your money.
David Potts How can the market be so sure rates will rise next year? Easy.
David Potts As a reader tweeted, Thriftober is a great idea but what about the other 334 days?
John Collett Annuities are striking a chord with retirees who reckon they are going to be around for a long time.
David Potts Rates for savers have stopped falling and the banks are even offering something on the side.
Emily Chantiri Sooner or later you may need to dip into funds for an unexpected emergency. The ideal is to save six months' salary.