Jeremy Cabral, Publisher for finder.com.au

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Jeremy Cabral

To contact Jeremy:

jeremy@finder.com.au jeremy@finder.com.au

@jeremycabral @jeremycabral

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/in/jeremycabral /in/jeremycabral

Call (Mobile): (+61) 410 319 212

Call (Landline): (+61 2) 9299 7602

Send Mail: Level 10 / 99 York Street, Sydney 2000, N.S.W.


Check out Jeremy's latest articles on finder.com.au

I'm most inspired when I am genuinely helping people navigate through the learning process and journeying towards choosing a better deal that will save them money.
Jeremy

Jeremy is the publisher of finder.com.au. He works across the whole swathe of network websites, from Credit Card finder.com.au to finder.com.au, but his passion lies in the personal finance space.

Jeremy has been with finder.com.au since the early days and has worked closely with Fred and Frank to build finder.com.au into the comparison network it is today.

Jeremy is a champion of the finder.com.au values and is not just limited to helping our users. Jeremy is an expert personal finance commentator for a whole heap of publications all over the web. Whether it be credit cards, home loans or savings accounts. he contributes to a number of mainstream and niche publications and has appeared everywhere from news.com.au to the free afternoon paper, MX.

Jeremy’s other speciality lies in online business. He graduated with a degree in Business (Marketing), E-Marketing in 2008. Jeremy has completed Tier 2 training & qualification giving him specialist knowledge in General Insurance, Deposit Products and Non-Cash Payments. He is completed his Cert. IV in Mortgage & Finance Broking in June 2013.

You can find Jeremy's comments in:
  • Ratehacker on lifehackercom.au
  • Dynamic Business
  • News.com.au
  • REA - realestate.com.au
  • Smart Property Investment
  • Sydney Morning Herald
  • Sky News
  • The Morning Show
  • 2UE
  • NineMSN
  • Money Magazine
  • Weekend Today Show

Jeremy Cabral

Jeremy is a publisher for finder.com.au, he is also a personal finance all-rounder specialising in: Credit Cards, Savings Accounts, Personal Loans, Home Loans & Online Shopping.

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3 Responses to Jeremy Cabral, Publisher for finder.com.au

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    June | May 31, 2014

    Hi Jeremy, I was just wondering if you know anything about ME Bank at the moment they have a 4.6% interest rate on an online savings a/c for 5 months as I don’t really know this bank can you enlighten me?

    Thank you…. June

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    Angela | July 30, 2013

    A question for Jeremy Cabral

    You’ve posted some great tips in an article on News.com.au however I have a question….

    I have a credit card with a hefty balance of $16,500. I would like to do a balance transfer for this sum because, as you can imagine, the interest is killing me.

    Unfortunately at the moment I am an at home Mum and my husband is self employed so I am finding no one will offer us a balance transfer option. Without a balance transfer we’re stuck paying hundreds in interest and we’re not able to get anywhere.

    Are there balance transfer options out there for people in our situation? How do we get ahead without it?

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