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The best of the best 2009 – Financial products

Money magazine , my favorite financial magazine  has released its best of the best 2009. There are quite a new entrants to the list compared to 2008. I like this list  as it does seem to be a true  list  with a lot of research and comparison of data sifting  through the finance industry to get this results.Check out some of the results

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Best financial products 2009

  • Cheapest Mobile Plans
    Low usage: Think Mobile
    Medium usage: gotalk
    High usage: TPG
  • Best Savings Account
    Bank: Bank of Queensland
    Non bank: Hunter United Credit Union, Maitland Mutual Building Society & Newcastle Permanent
  • Cheapest Home Loan Packages
    Bank: CBA & Colonial
    Non bank: Newcastle Permanent
  • Best Growth Super Fund
    HOSTPLUS
  • Cars under $25,000
    Mazda2 Neo
  • Cars between $25,000- $35,000
    Mazda6 Classic
  • Cheapest Online Broker
    Bell Direct

For a complete list see Money magazine’s Best of the Best issue.

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