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The Finder Financial Fitness Challenge is back for 2024!

Take the challenge to potentially save $11,200* over 1 year.

🎉 Congratulations to Gobinda A. from Victoria who has won the $1,000 ALDI shopping spree! 🎉

Finder's New Year Financial Fitness Challenge is back to help kick-start your money goals for 2024.

The rising cost of living continues to impact our financial wellbeing with Finder research showing nearly half (46%) are living pay cheque to pay cheque and a worrying 75% of us are stressed with our current financial situation.

Now is the time to see how much you can save with Finder's New Year Financial Fitness Challenge.

Throughout the challenge, you'll complete 8 short modules covering topics like budgeting, credit cards, utilities, insurance, home loans and more!

Hey there! To get the most from the Financial Fitness Challenge you need to be a Finder member. It's free and easy to sign up, so do it now!

How much could you save by taking the challenge?

The average renter could save potentially $3,800* over a year, while the average homeowner could put a whopping $11,200* back in their pockets each year.

That could cover your next family holiday!

Think you can save even more? Get started with module 1 now.

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    MarianneMarch 17, 2024

    I don’t need to make any changes to any of my insurances at this point in time.
    I know when each is due for renewal and I always compare each policy before it is due. If a better deal can be had we change, I hate so called rewards programs, it’s a subversive way to keep customers.

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    AmyMarch 17, 2024

    It will be good to get groceries

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    EugineMarch 17, 2024

    What’s the best phone plan deal for someone who is unemployed?

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    EugineMarch 17, 2024

    Best phone plan deal for someone who is unemployed

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      MariamMarch 26, 2024Finder

      Hi Eugine, you can check out our guide to cheap mobile plans https://www.finder.com.au/compare-mobile-plans-under-20 to get started. There are plenty of options available for under $20. However, it’s always best to sign up to a plan that matches your data needs. Hope this helps!

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    NathanMarch 4, 2024

    Best qantas points credit card

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      SarahMarch 6, 2024Finder

      Hi Nathan, you can review some of the current Qantas offers here. You can select Qantas from the filter menu if you’d prefer to review only Qantas options.

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