Best of the Best 2010
Nine years strong, Money magazine's Best of the Best 2010 issue continues to bring our readers Australia's very best financial products, services and investments.
With help from expert research partners, we've cut the field down from tens of thousands of products to just 101 gold winners.
"This ever-changing financial landscape makes it vital you keep abreast of the best products for you," says Andrew Spicer, CEO of Canstar Cannex, Australia's No. 1 financial research house, which judged many of the awards in this issue.
Find out how to stay ahead financially in 2010 with our winners!
Cheapest Credit Card:
Bankwest (bank) Satisfac Credit Union (non-bank)
Money says: "Make sure you know all the potential costs of a 'cheap' credit card."
Cheapest Home Loan Package:
HSBC (bank) Heritage Building Society (non-bank)
Money says: "Interest rate discounts for the life of the loan mean packages can offer real savings."
Lowest-Cost Super Fund:
First State Super
Money says: "The winner charges relatively low fees for all super accounts, whether large or small"
Cheapest Mobile Plan - Medium Usage:
Money says: "Our winner offers terrific value and lots of extras."
Best Value Family Car:
Mazda6 Classic ($35,440)
Money says: "Adds style to substance for the school run, shopping centre grands prix and longer holiday drives."