Have you ever delved a little deeper into the fine print to see what perks your credit card offers? You could be missing out or paying extra for something you technically already have! Here are 5 common (and useful) credit card perks that make it worth reading your T&Cs again…
With the recent introduction of peer-to-peer (P2P) lending in Australia, we explore what exactly this means and whether these sort of personal loans could work for you and your credit score…
We’ve given the Savvy Blog a bit of a face-lift so that not only does it look great, but it will help keep you up to date with everything from learning more about Credit Scores and Credit Products, to some just plain general Life Savvy tips.
Refinancing your home loan can help you save money and take advantage of new or additional features on your loan. With all the recent interest rate cuts, if it’s been a while since you last reviewed your mortgage, now would be a great time to see if your mortgage is up to scratch!
My credit card fee is too high…My rewards points are worthless… I’ve spent thousands of dollars but I can’t even redeem a $10 gift card! – If that sounds like you, you might like to think about switching to a new card.
There is so much more that you can do once you’ve got your credit score to make sure that you are in the savviest financial position you can possibly be in – and none of it will cost you a cent.
Having a credit card can be an extremely useful thing when unexpected life events happen, but even when you are careful about your day-to-day spending, things crop up and then it adds up.
Paying with your physical credit card is so last year. If you have a compatible iPhone or Apple Watch, you may be able to take advantage of Apple Pay!
For many Australian couples, one of the biggest days of their life is also one of their most expensive – get savvy with our Wedding Budget Tips
The next time you tap & pay you could be earning frequent flyer points to put towards your travels.