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Australians paying record amount of property tax

Australian homeowners are being taxed more than ever before on their properties, according to the latest data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics

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Westpac disregards May RBA rate cut expectations

Westpac Chief Economist Bill Evans still expects the RBA’s first rate cut in years to come in August, not next month as many others are predicting.

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How you can buy a house with a low income

Think your income is too low to ever own a home? Think again! With a bit of discipline and care, you can be approved for a low income home loan.

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Afterpay expands into travel services

Buy now, pay later juggernaut Afterpay has further expanded its services into travel, in a move that’s sure to be a hit with its younger, millennial user base.

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How do Afterpay and Zip Pay really work?

Savings.com.au investigates the finer points of buy now, pay later schemes like Afterpay and Zip, plus the impact they may have on your finances.

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Petrol prices hit 22-week high

The national average price of unleaded petrol in Australia has hit its highest point in nearly half a year, just in time for the Easter holidays.

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Toyota to offer incentives to buying used cars

Leading car manufacturer Toyota has introduced a new used-car incentive scheme that guarantees future values on second-hand vehicles.

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Australians gambling less

New data from Roy Morgan shows there’s been a significant drop-off in the number of adult Australians gambling.

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Credit card use on the rise

The Reserve Bank’s latest payments system data shows a slight increase in the use of credit cards in February.

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Under pressure: the Australian middle class is in trouble

A global report by the OECD has revealed the Australian middle class is struggling compared to other countries, with 40% of them financially at risk.

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