As an authority on all things related to personal finance, Sarah is passionate about helping you save money and make money! She is an editor, ghostwriter and money expert with 20 years’ experience and an extensive background in property and finance journalism. Sarah is a regular media commentator, appearing weekly on TV (Sunrise, Daily, Studio 10, nightly news), radio (KIIS FM, Triple M, 3AW, 2GB, 6PR) and in digital and print media. She was previously managing editor of Your Investment Property magazine, Australian Broker magazine, and home loan comparison site, Your Mortgage.
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- Home loans
- Personal finance
- Budgeting and money-saving tips
- Managing the cost of living
- Regular host or panel member for Finder Awards, Finder masterclasses and partner panels and events
- Annual Finder Innovation Awards judge for home loans, banking and digital disruptor categories
- Invited contributor and thought-leader with London-based consumer and behavioural insights agency, Canvas8
- Editor, 30+ non-fiction books
- Bachelor of Arts in Communication: Journalism and Public Relations | Griffith University | 2000-2002
- Tier 1 Generic Knowledge certification (RG 146), which meets ASIC's RG 146 compliance standards
- The Today Show
- 10 News
- Yahoo Finance
- A Current Affair
- Telum Media
- Sydney Morning Herald
- Money Magazine
- Property Update
- The Latch
Latest articles by Sarah Megginson
207 articles written by this author
Aussies are predicted to spend $30 billion this festive season. Here's 7 key tips on how you can save on gift-buying.
The Australian government is offering $3 billion in energy bill relief for eligible households. See what you could receive in your state.
Calling your bank to get a lower home loan interst rate could save you thousands of dollars.
Many of us are paying the loyalty tax on things like phone plans and costing ourselves a lot of money in the process.
McDonalds prices have skyrocketed over the last few years, but is there a way to still get value for money?
Being smart about your super today means a better retirement for Future You.
A 0% interest credit card is a simple way to avoid onerous credit card interest charges.
Bingeing on streaming won't hurt your waistline, but it can be unhealthy for your wallet.
Shopping around at different supermarkets can be a great way to save money, especially on the essentials.
We're on a mission at Finder to help you save money, so we compared the same basket of 46 items at ALDI, Coles and Woolworths.