Sarah Berthon is a communications coordinator at Finder. She has a Master of Commerce (Marketing) from the University of New South Wales and Bachelor of Commerce with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Macquarie University. Sarah's goal is to educate everyone on how to improve their personal finances. In her spare time, you can find Sarah searching for Sydney's best burger.
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Millions of Aussies have been left high and dry after a hit-and-run incident according to new research by Finder, Australia's most visited comparison site.
Australia's most visited comparison site, Finder, has been recognised as one of the Best Places to Work in Australia in 2020, at a time when many businesses are tackling the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Entries have now opened for the 2020 Finder Awards, which celebrate Australian business innovations across key industries.
Most Australians will be cautiously using their tax returns this year as they look to strengthen their financial position coming out of COVID-19, according to new research by Finder, Australia's most visited comparison site.
Big changes across areas of finance and insurance are coming in the new financial year, according to Finder, Australia's most visited comparison site.
Nearly 6 in 10 experts say now is not a good time to buy property as economists predict average house prices will fall in all capital cities by up to 10.5%.
Sustainability leaders have this week received awards in the inaugural Finder Green Awards as judged by Finder, Australia's most visited comparison site.
Digital business heavyweight Chris Ellis has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Finder Australia, following an extensive 18-month search.
Australians have a week left to beat the health insurance price increase on 1 April. Here are Finder's top tips for saving on your health insurance.
In response to faltering markets and rate cuts around the world, the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) lowered the cash rate to an all-time low of 0.25% today.