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A fintech start-up is taking on the big banks to give more Australians their...

My Four Weeks was born out of the desire to help people break the cycle of credit card debt, teaching people that it’s simple and easy to save for the holiday that they want to take.

A new start-up is helping Aussies find savings of $2,000 per year that banks...

A new Australian financial tech start-up, that has recently launched, has set out to help consumers stop bleeding thousands of dollars year in year...

Australians misplace 7 million credit cards annually. These 3 tech solutions can cut that...

Nearly 11.5 million credit cards are reported lost or stolen annually in Australia. Just imagine how tall a card castle you can build with...

The year is 2020. Physical credit and debit cards have disappeared

The analysts over at IBISWorld predict that contactless payment methods will all but replace traditional physical credit and debit card payments by 2020 particularly...

Can this app save Australia’s $80 billion bar and pub industry from its impending...

Fresh off the back of selling eCoffeeCard to Beat The Q in February 2014, serial entrepreneur Greg Taylor is back with the launch of...

Is this new Sydney-based checkout platform the safest way to shop online in Australia?...

Thanks to Touch Payments, a new start-up determined to revolutionise how we shop online, Australians can now trial and purchase items from online retailers...

Veda Advantage says credit enquiries enjoy first bump since 2008, but mortgage applications still...

Applications for credit card and personal loans in Australia in fourth-quarter 2010 showed year-to-year growth for the first time since 2008. The credit push, however, couldn't counterbalance a continuing freefall in mortage applications.

Meet eWAY, 2010 Anthill Cool Company Award Finalist

Giving merchants a method with which to process customer payment online is eWAY's bread and butter. But one of the things that puts eWAY squarely in the realm of coolness is that, as part of the signup process, merchants are given, or directed to, the tools need to set up an online presence. eWAY tries to make it easier for a nascent businesses to cuddle up with the Interwebs.

Surveys show growing business confidence, sagging consumer sentiment

Leon and Garry talk about rising business confidence masking patchy business conditions. Consumer sentiment has dropped and fewer people are taking out loans; however, more people are using their credit cards. Meanwhile, a new report from the Australian Bureau of Statistics shows Australians are wealthier and living longer.

Website of the Week: HelpMeChoose.com.au

Last year, the continued emergence of online consumer voice and choice collided with the global economic downturn, delivering consumers both the will and tools to demand a greater level of accountability from their financial service purchases. Enter HelpMeChoose.com.au...

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