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As fears of an “imminent recession” mount, one finance expert has revealed an all-too-common money trap all Aussies should avoid.
Almost 400,000 Australians are in line for a refund from the Federal Government for wrongly issued debts. And there is good news on what to do next.
Some banks have taken a fresh to the interest rates they pay on savings accounts as the Reserve Bank mulls another official rate cut within months. Here’s what you should do now.
The director of an alleged Ponzi scheme used investors’ money to fly his family on a private jet to Sydney, where his stepdaughter had a breast enlargement.
COVID-19 has loaded Australians with financial issues many have never experienced, and that means there’s a need for some painful conversations. Here’s how to approach them.
Residents in one area are cutting back less than other Australians, with almost half not changing their spending at all during the pandemic.
The financial crunch that comes with the health crisis is resulting in more Australians to make money moves in their households. Here’s what they’re doing.
Controversial YouTube star Jake Paul has been charged by cops after being caught on film allegedly looting a mall last weekend.
Accountants spill on the more unusual items people can claim deductions on, from handbags and gym memberships to Netflix subscriptions.
The ATO is offering a concession this year but an expert has warned taxpayers that adopting the offer would be a costly error.
Sophisticated scammers are taking advantage of the coronavirus crisis by latching onto the government's JobKeeper wage subsidy scheme.