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Apartments fuel surge in building approvals

Despite expectations for a drop, approval for the construction of new dwellings jumped in February, driven by a spike in high rise approvals.

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Millions of Australians to receive one-off payment to help with rising cost of electricity

Four million Australians are set to benefit from a cash handout from the Federal Government to ease the burden of rising electricity costs when the Treasurer Josh Frydenberg hands down the Budget on Tuesday.

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Negative gearing changes to kick into effect on January 1 if Labor wins election

Labor will introduce its changes to negative gearing and capital gains tax by January 1 next year if it wins the upcoming election in May – but the announcement has sparked backlash from property industry groups.

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Top apps for saving money on groceries

Here is Savings.com.au’s list of some of the most popular apps for saving money on groceries.

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No end in sight for rental pain, as rents continue to rise

Despite the current housing downturn, landlords are continuing to raise rents, data from Rent.com.au reveals.

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Rising income tax strangles household spending

Households are slashing their spending as rising income tax puts a stranglehold on disposable income growth, according to Australia’s central bank.

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Wage expectations remain low

More Australians don’t believe their wages will rise this year than those who do, according to a poll by EY Sweeney.

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Millennials plan to travel more than other Australians

The number of Australians choosing to go on both domestic and overseas holidays has dropped but millennials still remain bitten by the travel bug, according to a Roy Morgan survey.

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Bank of Mum and Dad goes bust

Fewer first home buyers are turning to the bank of mum and dad for help buying their first home, according to research from Digital Finance Analytics (DFA).

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