Money

Sat 23 Feb 2019

One thing millionaires do to stay rich

One thing millionaires do to stay rich

New research shows wealthiest people in Australia are forking out big bucks to ensure they pay no tax. This is how they do it.

How low can interest rates go?

premium_icon How low can interest rates go?

Australia’s official interest rate has been stable for more than two years, but fresh talk of rate cuts in the coming 12 months has home buyers and investors...

Crackdown on the buy now, pay later schemes

premium_icon Crackdown on the buy now, pay later schemes

Buy now, pay later schemes are again under fire for irresponsibly allowing customers to sign up and pay off items. Find out what changes are coming.

Fri 22 Feb 2019

New $20 note’s clever trick to foil counterfeiters

New $20 note’s clever trick to foil counterfeiters

Our new-look $20 note has been revealed today — and it includes a seriously slick feature that will make it near impossible to forge.

How to buy a good thing: the unloved cars at the right price

How to buy a good thing: the unloved cars at the right price

If a new car sells slowly, it doesn’t have to mean it’s a dog. At the right price, unloved models can be good things.

RBA will cut rates if economy falters

RBA will cut rates if economy falters

Australia’s central bank has the “flexibility” to cut interest rates if the economy falters this year and workers start losing their jobs.

Profit still eludes Dreamworld operator

premium_icon Profit still eludes Dreamworld operator

Dreamworld operator Ardent Leisure Group has revealed another net loss as costs from the 2016 Thunder River Rapids tragedy continue to drag on the company.

New Mazda3 raising quality and the price

New Mazda3 raising quality and the price

Mazda goes premium with fourth-generation hatch, leaving budget buyers to find another option.

Thu 21 Feb 2019

Aussie dollar spikes on jobs figures

Aussie dollar spikes on jobs figures

Full-time employment rising was good news for the Australian dollar, which is a key indicator for the RBA’s decision on rates.

End of the road for classic car museum amid ATO dispute

premium_icon End of the road for classic car museum amid ATO dispute

What’s left of a $70 million privately-owned car collection featuring some of the world’s most exotic vehicles will go under the hammer.

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