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Sombre outlook for post-COVID Australia

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Sombre outlook for post-COVID Australia

Josh Frydenberg has painted a sombre picture of the outlook for the Australian economy.

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How much more will you pay?

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How much more will you pay?

Depending on your fund, the October rate rise could be higher or lower than 2.92 ...

Centrelink changes could sink economy

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Centrelink changes could sink economy

Debate rages over the effect of reductions to key payments.

Tax cuts good news for rich men

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Tax cuts good news for rich men

Expert modelling shows for every dollar women get, men would get $2.19.

Bank offers no-interest credit card

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Bank offers no-interest credit card

Simplicity and transparency promised as analysts say ‘do the maths’.

Cheapest supermarket for big brands

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Cheapest supermarket for big brands

Consumer group CHOICE compares prices on 150 products at Aldi, Woolworths and Coles.

Were things better in the old days?

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Were things better in the old days?

Important economic reform in Australia peaked in the 1980s and 1990s.

COVID changes here to stay?

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COVID changes here to stay?

Some measures should stay or Australia may struggle to get out of this hole.

Where there’s money, there are scammers

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Where there’s money, there are scammers

Trying your hand at the stock market? Be careful where your information is coming from.

Where recession is biting hardest

Where the recession has been biting hardest

Where recession is biting hardest

Why the Treasurer might need more duct tape to hold the economy together.

Vic crisis causing financial stress

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Vic crisis causing financial stress

The number of households expecting to be able to pay bills decreased in August.

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