Money

Thu 9 Apr 2020

Why Australia is printing money

Why Australia is printing money

Hundreds of billions has been spent to help the economy and interest rates have tumbled. But the central bank has also splashed on another unconventional plan.

Learn from history’s lessons

Learn from history’s lessons

THE coronavirus outbreak puts us firmly in extraordinary times.

Wed 8 Apr 2020

Billionaire gives up quarter of wealth

Billionaire gives up quarter of wealth

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has poured $US1 billion of his own fortune into a new fund dedicated to “global COVID-19 relief”.

Mon 6 Apr 2020

1.1m Aussies screwed out of $1500 payment

1.1m Aussies screwed out of $1500 payment

Casual workers have received a fresh blow after it was confirmed those in the job for less than a year would miss out on the subsidy.

Mortgage customers urged to check their loans

Mortgage customers urged to check their loans

Many borrowers are being forced to take urgent action on their home loans to ensure they are not paying too much during the coronavirus pandemic.

Thu 2 Apr 2020

Westpac's Peter King secures CEO role

Westpac's Peter King secures CEO role

Westpac has made Peter King its chief executive, who had been acting in the role.

How to maximise your WFH tax refund

How to maximise your WFH tax refund

A senior accountant reveals how to make life easier for those hoping to claim a huge pile of products to sustain their makeshift office space.

Mon 30 Mar 2020

Millions to get $750 from tomorrow

Millions to get $750 from tomorrow

Around 6.5 million Australians will be $750 richer from tomorrow. But if you missed out on the stimulus payments, here’s why.

Australian government to announce wage subsidy scheme

Australian government to announce wage subsidy scheme

Today the government is expected to unveil its most significant effort yet to help businesses and their workers survive the coronavirus crisis.

Sat 28 Mar 2020

‘Next contagion’: US crisis could cripple us

‘Next contagion’: US crisis could cripple us

First Australia got a bunch of infections from the US; next, we will catch its financial and economic contagion, and it could cripple us.

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