Our Story

Today, information is available at your fingertips. On your mobile phone, smart TV, PC and tablet.
But, quality financial news and journalism are becoming harder to find.
We started Rask Media with one simple idea in mind:

free quality financial information, no matter what.

We also offer views from Expert contributors.


Who are we?

Rask Media is part of the Rask network.

Rask Financeowned by The Rask Groupis a separate company to Rask Media and offers free online financial education.


Rask Finance

Provides the empowering
financial education
Australia needs


Rask Media

Provides the independent and
empowering financial news
& insights Australians deserve.


Our History

What do we get out of Rask Media?


On our site, you’ll
find original news and insights
that you won’t find anywhere else.


Readers and expert contributors do not pay to access our site.

Our services are provided free to our loyal readers.


We offer access to Rask Group’s free newsletter.

How do we get paid?

Rask Media is another way the team at Rask are hoping to help Aussies navigate the financial world.
Rask Media is a platform for the Rask Group to promote and market Rask Finance and a new general financial advice platform built to empower everyday Aussies.
So, bottom line, we’re paid a regular fee (with no bonuses) to disperse financial news and market The Rask Group’s newsletter. We don’t receive kickbacks or commissions from anyone.

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Welcome to Rask Media. Do yourself a favour and read this disclaimer: This article contains factual information for the purpose of education, news and keeping Aussies informed. We think it's important to be upfront and tell you what you're getting. The information on our site does not take into account your needs, goals or objectives, so you shouldn't rely on it. Rask Media Pty Ltd (that's "our", "us" or "we") can't guarantee the accuracy of the information, either. Basically, it is no substitute for trusted and licensed financial advice. One last thing: past performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Please read our Code of EthicsDisclaimer & Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Still confused? Use the “Contact Us” page to get in contact with us today.