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Natascha Kwiet-Evans

Natascha Kwiet-Evans

Consumer advocate

Natascha Kwiet-Evans is a PR manager at Finder. She has previously represented companies from a range of industries including B2B technology, corporate, consumer and government. Natascha has a Bachelor of Arts in Communications (Public Communications) from the University of Technology Sydney.

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Finder’s RBA survey: Experts divided on cash rate decision, households in mortgage prison expected to grow

Experts in Finder's RBA Cash Rate Survey are almost evenly split on whether the RBA will lift the cash rate again in July.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 30 June 2023
Finder’s RBA survey: Experts divided on cash rate decision, households in mortgage prison expected to grow

Debt dilemma: Average Australian has $20,238 in personal debt

Millions of Australians are struggling with a mountain of personal debt, according to new research by Finder.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 29 June 2023
Debt dilemma: Average Australian has $20,238 in personal debt

The secrets we keep: What Aussie renters are hiding from their landlords

Many Australian renters admit to hiding things from their landlord or real estate agent, according to new research by Finder.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 28 June 2023
The secrets we keep: What Aussie renters are hiding from their landlords

Retail royalty: Finder reveals the top rated brands ahead of EOFY sales

The top rated brands across a range of retailers have been announced by Finder in the 2023 Finder Retail Awards.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 23 June 2023
Retail royalty: Finder reveals the top rated brands ahead of EOFY sales

Hungry for healthcare: 4.3 million Australians say they are underinsured

Millions of Australian health fund members don’t believe they have adequate insurance, according to new research by Finder.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 22 June 2023
Hungry for healthcare: 4.3 million Australians say they are underinsured

“Hit and run” health patients jump to front of the operating queue, drop cover

A Finder survey reveals 1 million people have signed up for private health insurance to make a claim and then cancelled their cover once they’d received treatment.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 14 June 2023
“Hit and run” health patients jump to front of the operating queue, drop cover

Grinning for groceries: As prices soar, Finder reveals the top-rated supermarket brands

The top-rated brands across a range of supermarket products have been announced by Finder in the 2023 Finder Retail Awards.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 7 June 2023
Grinning for groceries: As prices soar, Finder reveals the top-rated supermarket brands

Finder’s RBA survey: $15K (and counting) added to the average annual mortgage repayment

Homeowners across the country have been dealt a surprise blow from the RBA.In this month's Finder RBA Cash Rate Survey™, 39 experts and economists weighed in on future cash rate moves and other issues relating to the state of the economy.Nearly half of the panel (44%, 17/39) correctly predicted a cash rate rise in June, […]

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 6 June 2023
Finder’s RBA survey: $15K (and counting) added to the average annual mortgage repayment

Mortgage misery: 40% of Aussies struggling to pay their home loan

A record number of Australian homeowners are struggling to pay their mortgage, according to new research by Finder.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 5 June 2023
Mortgage misery: 40% of Aussies struggling to pay their home loan

Refunds to the rescue: 3 million Aussies to use tax returns for household bills

Millions of Australians are counting down to lodge their tax returns as they desperately need the cash, according to new research by Finder, Australia’s most visited comparison site.

Natascha Kwiet-Evans 29 May 2023
Refunds to the rescue: 3 million Aussies to use tax returns for household bills
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