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7 ways to stay thrifty in winter

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Daylight savings is well and truly over and as the nights become longer, so too do our electricity bills. Winter energy bills are on average 14% higher than that of summer’s[1] but don’t fret – there are so many easy ways to keep your heating costs under control this year from cooking to sealing, from layering to being heat-savvy!

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Do I need landlord’s insurance for my investment property?

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Owning an investment property can be a great long-term venture. However, as you are not living in the property and your tenants are often strangers to you, taking out Landlord Insurance can offer some peace of mind. Some lenders will also require you to have Landlord Insurance as part of their loan requirements.

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Simple ways you can keep your bank account safe

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We work hard to keep your personal information secure and prevent any fraudulent activity on your accounts; however there are some easy steps that you can take to ensure your accounts stay safe too.

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Meet our new CEO

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Lexi Airey new CEO Gateway Bank

Lexi Airey joined Gateway four years ago as its chief customer officer, overseeing customer experience, lending and transactional operations, strategic alliances, brand, marketing, sales, product and pricing. Today, she takes up the important role as the new Chief Executive Officer of Gateway Bank. Our team speaks to Lexi to get some insights into the future and to discuss which direction she intends to steer us into looking forward.  

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How to survive an interest rate increase

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Like death and taxes in life, interest rate movements are unavoidable when it comes to variable mortgages. Some – namely decreases – mark a welcome shift for household budgets while others – the dreaded increase – can hurt your back pocket and cause undue stress on the family finances.

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