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  • Friday, 21st June 2013
  • DIY savings

    Thanks to the DIY boom, Aussies are now falling in love with their homes all over again. Whether it's a simple paint job or a brand new bathroom, there are stacks of ways to save.
  • Thursday, 13th June 2013
  • Cleaning costs

    When it comes to cutting household costs, Cath Armstrong knows how to do it. The self-described cheapskate says we’re paying too much to clean our homes and this is how you can save.
  • Friday, 7th June 2013
  • Where's our money?

    These are just three of the thousands of investors who lost their life savings when Prime Trust collapsed. They have questions for founding member Bill Lewski and A Current Affair's Martin King was happy to ask them.
  • Tuesday, 4th June 2013
  • Coles credit card

    Car insurance, home insurance and now a credit card – the days of supermarkets simply selling groceries are long gone. But is Coles' latest product a wise investment?
  • Friday, 17th May 2013
  • Pensioner power fight

    It's Australia's pensioner power fight. A Current Affair campaigns to make the energy companies cut prices for seniors. But will your provider play fair?
  • Thursday, 16th May 2013
  • Cash hunter

    They're the cash hunters on the lookout for your missing money. Now, they're returning thousands of dollars to families in need.
  • Friday, 10th May 2013
  • Powerball mystery

    It's just a little bit of paper, but it's worth $31 million dollars.
  • Tuesday, 30th April 2013
  • Rent nightmare

    For more and more Australians, renting is the only option with home ownership often out of reach. But the cost of leasing is on the rise making once affordable suburbs now too expensive for ordinary families.
  • Friday, 26th April 2013
  • Pensioner scam

    They're the unsuspecting pensioners being ripped off. Now, A Current Affair exposes the shameless retailer overcharging and lying to elderly customers.
  • Senior savings

    From groceries to glasses, if you're over 50 and paying full price, you're being ripped off. An ever increasing number of businesses are now offering exclusive discounts to seniors. And A Current Affair has the list.

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