Money

Fri 15 Jun 2018

Bitcoin: ‘Mother of all crypto scams’

Bitcoin: ‘Mother of all crypto scams’

IF YOU’RE still holding on to your bitcoins in the hope of another massive price rise, we may have some bad news.

Thu 14 Jun 2018

The $1 tax rule you need to know

The $1 tax rule you need to know

IT’S the cheeky $450 million scam many of us are guilty of, but there’s a simple rule you need to know to avoid a whopping fine this tax time.

Wed 13 Jun 2018

Ombudsman to again investigate Centrelink

Ombudsman to again investigate Centrelink

THE Commonwealth Ombudsman will investigate Centrelink's automated debt recovery system, with one minister describing it as a 'serious failure'.

How your salary compares to your colleagues

How your salary compares to your colleagues

AUSSIE wages are on the rise — but there’s a big chance you’re still being “grossly underpaid”. So how does yours stack up?

NSW govt plans new online gambling tax

NSW govt plans new online gambling tax

THE NSW government is set to announce a 10 per cent tax on all online bets in next week's budget, with the racing industry due to benefit from the proceeds.

Watch out for these tax scams

Watch out for these tax scams

WITH tax time just around the corner, there is a wave of scams to watch out for, affecting everything from Netflix to banking.

Tue 12 Jun 2018

Tip of the iceberg for dud super funds

Tip of the iceberg for dud super funds

SUPERANNUATION is next under the blowtorch as some Aussies are being taken for a ride by their funds, so Kochie explains how to make sure your nest egg is safe.

Millionaire left lotto ticket on fridge

Millionaire left lotto ticket on fridge

A KATHERINE man won a fortune five weeks ago, but hadn’t got around to checking the ticket he’d stuck on his fridge door.

Mon 11 Jun 2018

How to buy a home quicker

How to buy a home quicker

THE stress of buying a home can be exacerbated by not knowing exactly how much money you have to spend on your purchase.

Fri 8 Jun 2018

How to ditch your bank

How to ditch your bank

THE BIG banks are under the pump after some horror Royal Commission revelations, so Kochie explains how to ditch and switch to a lender you believe in.

Thu 7 Jun 2018

Who the ATO is targeting this year

Who the ATO is targeting this year

IT’S nearly tax time, which for many workers means seeing what they can get away with. Here’s who the ATO is coming after this year.

POLL: How will you be using your tax return this year?

POLL: How will you be using your tax return this year?

NEARLY half of Australian taxpayers are expected to save their tax return this financial year, according to a new surver.

'A better deal': Massive change to getting a loan

'A better deal': Massive change to getting a loan

IF YOU’RE dealing with a bank, telco, insurance company or utility any time soon, there’s something you need to know.

Suburbs that’ll be worse off from tax cuts

Suburbs that’ll be worse off from tax cuts

THE areas that will be the worst off under tax changes from the government have been revealed, while the Prime Minister’s own exclusive Sydney seat will be best...

Are you a winner or loser in childcare changes?

Are you a winner or loser in childcare changes?

CHANGES to childcare rebates kick in on July 2. This is what you need to know about how much money — if any — they’ll get back.

Wed 6 Jun 2018

Airfares are about to get more expensive

Airfares are about to get more expensive

AIRLINE bosses are worried about escalating fuel costs and yep, they say it might have to come to this.

Shocked woman finds out she owns 15 properties

Shocked woman finds out she owns 15 properties

JOANNE had lived decades of frugality. But when she filed for divorce she was shocked to learn just how rich she was.

How to cut you power bill to $0

How to cut you power bill to $0

QUEENSLANDER Michael Roberts transformed his home so he’ll never have to fork out for a power bill again. Here’s how he did it.

Will Australia die by the Chinese sword?

Will Australia die by the Chinese sword?

AUSTRALIA has a lot riding on the health of the Chinese economy. And while we’ve benefited from its huge rise, we’re not prepared for the fall.

Where your petrol money goes

Where your petrol money goes

AUSSIE motorists are being slugged with four-year high petrol prices of up to $1.60 a litre. Here’s where that money really goes.

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