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Stream less, spend less – younger Aussies hit pause on subscriptions

Gen Zs and younger Australians are saving more than $76 each month by cutting back on streaming services as well as other subscriptions, totalling more than $900 each year in savings.

  • 16.11.2023
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  • Full Year Results

Taking the ‘hard’ out of hardship

In FY23, NAB Assist’s Iqbal Nor has helped NAB customers experiencing financial hardship get back on their feet.

  • 09.11.2023
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  • Scams

Cheap tickets to a sold-out concert? NAB warns it could be a ticket scam

NAB has introduced more proactive alerts to digital banking to help keep Australians safe from ticket scams. Many ticket scams start on digital platforms like Tinder, Gumtree, Facebook Marketplace and Outlook.

  • 02.11.2023
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  • Not for profit

NAB and Good Shepherd: $480 million and 20 years of support for people experiencing vulnerability

NAB and Good Shepherd are marking 20 years of providing No Interest Loans to nearly one million people, and celebrating NAB’s longest running community partnership.

  • 30.10.2023
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  • Personal finance

Gen Z investing in ‘once in a lifetime’ moments

  • 26.10.2023
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  • Personal finance

Aussies flex ‘budgeting muscle’ to combat cost of living

Australians are managing the cost of living and adapting to shifting price pressures by flexing their newly built ‘budgeting muscle’.

  • 20.10.2023
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  • Personal finance

100 days to go: Christmas countdown tips to ease festive budget squeeze

With 100 days to go until Christmas, Australians can ease the squeeze of festive spending by bolstering their budgets, leaning on loyalty programs, and taking advantage of early sales to get a bargain.

  • 16.09.2023
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  • Personal finance

No, not everyone you know is holidaying in Europe right now

New NAB data reveals that – no – not everyone you know is holidaying in Europe or Bali right now, as higher travel costs coupled with the rising cost of living have seen Aussies become more considered consumers.

  • 31.07.2023
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  • Personal finance

NAB supporting younger Australians facing cost of living pressures

New NAB Economics data released today reveals younger Australians are feeling more financially stressed than their parents and grandparents and are more concerned over rising living costs than older age groups.

  • 26.07.2023
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  • Personal finance

Kids and pets top of list for considered consumers

New NAB research reveals that despite a rising cost of living, Australians are determined to prioritise spending on their children and pets and are making ‘considered choices’ to meet the cost of school fees, children’s sports and insurance.

  • 24.07.2023
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  • Personal finance

How to save hundreds a year by avoiding subscription ‘Set and Regret’

Australians are avoiding ‘Set and Regret’ and already making savings worth more than $600 each year by better managing their spending on streaming and subscription services.

  • 20.07.2023
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  • Personal finance

NAB’s half-million check-ins reveals nation of ‘considered consumers’

NAB has today reached a key milestone in its ongoing program offering support to customers who need it, while revealing Australians are becoming ‘considered consumers’.

  • 29.06.2023
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  • Personal finance

NAB takes on financial abuse

In a bid to stamp out financial abuse NAB has today announced an important update to its terms and conditions that will allow bankers to ‘cut-off’ customers who’ve been identified as committing financial abuse – a first of its kind for a major Australian bank.

  • 26.06.2023
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  • Personal finance

Savvy Australians using brand loyalty to cash in

Australians are increasingly cashing in on loyalty programs by redeeming rewards points for cash in their pocket or supermarket gift cards as they look for more ways to contend with rising living costs.

  • 16.06.2023
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  • Scams

Customer shares the impact of being scammed

Sophisticated. Traumatic. Upsetting. That’s how NAB customer Chloe* describes being the victim of a spoofing scam.  

  • 26.04.2023
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