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Westpac and ANZ cut serviceability rates for home loans

Two of the big four banks have cut their serviceability rates, in line with changes to rules by the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority (APRA).

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What are deeming rates and how do they work?

You may have recently heard a fair amount of talk about deeming rates lately. Find out what they are and why they’re a hot topic right now.

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NAB: Economic outlook unchanged despite tax cuts

Economists at NAB have remained firm on their predictions of sluggish economic growth up to 2021, despite the recently passed tax cuts.

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Australian housing profits shrink to six year low

Research has revealed 12% of properties in the March 2019 quarter were sold at a loss, the highest level in six years.

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What is a credit card surcharge?

Credit card surcharges are one of those things in life that seem to be a cost for the sake of a cost, up there with ticket handling and ATM withdrawal fees.

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June EOFY car sales down nearly 10% from 2018

Sales figures for June 2019 show a 9.6% annual drop in Australia’s new vehicle market.

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NBN proposes a ‘Netflix tax’

The NBN has floated the idea of charging its users an additional fee to use streaming services on its network.

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Aussies planning to save their tax refunds

New research has shown that almost half (48%) of Australian taxpayers are intending to save their tax refund this financial year.

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How does HECS-HELP work?

For most of us, the dreaded HECS debt is something we stuff to the back of our subconscious and only speak of briefly in hushed voices in darkened rooms.

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ASIC looks to end dodgy bank products

The Australian Securities & Investments Commission (ASIC) is reviewing how to use new powers allowing it to stamp out financial and credit products it perceives as damaging for consumers.

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