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Anastasia Lloyd

Anastasia Lloyd

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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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Where to turn to for financial help during the bushfire crisis

Where to find assistance when the bushfire crisis has left you short of funds.

Anastasia Lloyd 6 January 2020
Where to turn to for financial help during the bushfire crisis

How to get a good deal on your gym membership

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.

Anastasia Lloyd 31 December 2019
How to get a good deal on your gym membership

Top 2020 New Year’s resolutions revealed

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.

Anastasia Lloyd 31 December 2019
Top 2020 New Year’s resolutions revealed

How Australians can make the most of their gift cards this Christmas

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.

Anastasia Lloyd 19 December 2019
How Australians can make the most of their gift cards this Christmas

How to make some extra cash this summer

One in three Aussies will be strapped for cash this Christmas. But more Aussies are turning to the gig economy to boost their festive cash flow. Finder shares tips and suggestions for earning cash on the side this summer.

Anastasia Lloyd 9 December 2019
How to make some extra cash this summer

Flip-flops and rip-offs: Summer stingers to avoid on holidays

For many Aussies, summer is the ultimate time of year to escape the daily grind. A recent Finder survey revealed that almost half (49%) of us are planning a summer getaway, either Down Under or overseas. But unsuspecting travellers can come home with more than they bargained, or budgeted, for as a result of holiday […]

Anastasia Lloyd 4 December 2019
Flip-flops and rip-offs: Summer stingers to avoid on holidays

RBA Survey: Brisbane and Melbourne picked as top cities to buy property

Experts have encouraged those hunting for good value for their property dollar to look at Brisbane and Melbourne according to Finder. Only one in eight experts and economists say they would buy in Sydney.

Anastasia Lloyd 3 December 2019
RBA Survey: Brisbane and Melbourne picked as top cities to buy property

Experts contradict RBA governor and expect quantitative easing in 2020

Experts predict the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will take unconventional measures to stimulate the economy in 2020. While economists almost universally expected no cut in December, many experts are forecasting a cut in February.

Anastasia Lloyd 2 December 2019
Experts contradict RBA governor and expect quantitative easing in 2020

‘Tis the season to be spending- and Australians aren’t holding back this year

Aussies are set to spend $18.8 billion in the lead up to Christmas. Yet more than one in four (28%) won't have enough savings to cover their costs. Instead they'll be relying on credit cards, Afterpay or personal loans to see them through the silly season. Tips for beating to beat post-festive debt.

Anastasia Lloyd 18 November 2019
‘Tis the season to be spending- and Australians aren’t holding back this year

Stick to the plan: Aussies forking out millions on excess mobile data charges

Finder research shows that over the past 12 months, Aussies have wasted $152.6 million on excess data charges.

Anastasia Lloyd 6 November 2019
Stick to the plan: Aussies forking out millions on excess mobile data charges
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