Anastasia Lloyd is the Communications Coordinator at Finder. She has a Bachelor of Arts-Media from Macquarie University and has previously worked in the banking sector. She has written about a wide range of financial topics including mortgages, personal and business loans, savings and credit cards. Ana loves turning complex topics into useful advice that helps Aussies save on time, money and headaches.
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This is our detailed guide on the NSW stimulus package, current advice on COVID-19 and where to go for help.
The majority of Finder's RBA panellists expect the Reserve Bank to announce an emergency rate cut this week, in response to a plummeting market.
The recently-launched Finder app helps Australians manage their money as the country faces unprecedented economic conditions.
Details on the most common scams to avoid during the coronavirus health crisis, plus tips for keeping your information safe online.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) cut the cash rate to an all-time low of 0.50% today. The decision was largely based on the economic impact of COVID-19. Find out what a rate cut would mean for your mortgage repayments.
Experts fear the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will need to take action in the wake of the COVID-19 (coronavirus). Tourism, education and property are also forecast to take a hit. 90% of Finder's RBA penal predict a rate cut is on the cards for 2020.
Where to find assistance when the bushfire crisis has left you short of funds.
53% of Australians want to boost their health and fitness regime in 2020. Find out what to look for when choosing a gym and how to get the best deal on your membership.
Finder research has revealed the top New Year's resolutions for 2020. Aussies say they want to improve their fitness, eat healthier, travel more and ditch the debt.
Aussies are wasting millions of unused gift card credit each year. If you end up scoring a stash of gift cards this Christmas, find out how to make the most of them before they expire.