Angus Kidman is the global editor-in-chief at Finder and our resident frequent flyer guru. He's reported on technology, travel, finance and other topics for over 25 years, and appears regularly on Sunrise, Today, The Project, Seven News and other TV and radio shows. His previous jobs include editor for Lifehacker Australia and editor-in-chief for Australian Personal Computer, and he's written for dozens of publications including Escape, the Sydney Morning Herald, Gizmodo, The Australian, the AFR, Kotaku, ZDNet and Business Insider. Angus has a first-class Honours degree in Linguistics from the University of New England and a serious travel addiction.
"If you don't compare, you don't get the best value."
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Kate Browne is Finder's managing editor for Australia. Kate has a degree from the University of Technology, Sydney and over a decade of experience in the media as a consumer affairs journalist and editor. She worked as an investigative journalist and lifestyle editor at CHOICE and has written for dozens of publications including the Sydney Morning Herald, the Sun Herald, The Age, news.com.au, the Sunday Telegraph, The Australian, The Big Issue, Sunday Life, Kidspot and Essential Baby. She also co-authored the top-selling non-fiction book "The Checkout" in 2016. You might also recognise her as one of the writers and presenters of ABC TV's top-rating consumer affairs show The Checkout which ran from 2013 to 2018.
"With so much choice out there it can be hard to know if you are making a good one. I love helping people cut through the confusion to save time and money."
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Amy is an editor and writer at finder.com.au with more than 10 years experience covering credit cards, personal finance and various lifestyle topics. When she's not sharing her knowledge on money matters, Amy spends her time as an actress.
"It's easy to feel overwhelmed by what's going on in our lives and the world around us – I want to help people get the information they need to make changes that empower them."