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What’s the most unhygienic thing in your wallet? Between cash, credit cards and coins, the “dirtiest” payment method may surprise you.
Travellers who rely on using their own everyday debit or credit card overseas often pay excessive charges. So what are the best cards you can take?
The election has been a huge distraction for property investors worried about potential tax hikes, but there are plenty of things to do now to cut tax for this year.
Dealing with a couple of interest rate rises is scary enough, but when loan repayments surge by hundreds of dollars, it’s enough to make borrowers question their entire investment.
The Government’s new First Home Loan Deposit Scheme is set to start on January 1, but some property specialists warn that savers still need to be wary.
Spending on health and fitness is costing some Australians thousands of dollars a year, but the rewards are worth it if done wisely.
Seven people were murdered daily in this city last year. This is the brutal reality in the world’s most dangerous place. WARNING: Graphic content.
Feared tax reform failed to eventuate when Labor lost this month’s election, and money minds now turn to tax cuts. Some will arrive in July but much bigger cuts are also in the pipeline.
Personal finance and tax are Australia’s biggest federal election flashpoints for the first time in many years. SEE HOW IT AFFECTS YOU
Police have issued an urgent warning over a new tax scam that sees criminals impersonate officers and expertly mirror police station numbers.