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  • Are you a victim of credit card debt trap?

    Are you a victim of credit card debt trap?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to ASIC’s Deputy Chair Peter Kell after a major review  ASIC has found 14 million Australians have a credit card debt, and one in six are struggling to pay it off. Introduction: Are you a victim of credit card debt trap? Ross Greenwood: Very shortly we’ll hear from the Deputy Chairman of the Australian Securities […]Read More »
  • Australians forking out more for transport than gas and electricity

    Australians forking out more for transport than gas and electricity

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Australian Automobile Association CEO, Michael Bradley, who says the average metropolitan household in Australia is spending $17,912 a year on transport costs. Introduction: Australians forking out more for transport than gas and electricity Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News right around the country. I’ll tell you something. There’s a new television program […]Read More »
  • Harley Davidson and the Beaumont Children: Factory in Adelaide at center of scandal

    Harley Davidson and the Beaumont Children: Factory in Adelaide at center of scandal

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Adam Nance, the Director of the Sydney Harley Owner’s Group, regarding teh closure of an Adeliade Harley Davidson factory due to falling sales. In a bizzare twist, Ross reveals the factory in Adelaide’s North Plympton is also the where police will excavate on Friday in a re-examination of the missing Beaumont children. […]Read More »
  • Aussie households receiving more in benefits than dishing out in taxes

    Aussie households receiving more in benefits than dishing out in taxes

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Robert Deutsch, from the Tax Institute of Australia, about more than 40% of lower income households receiving more in government payments than they’re paying in income tax. Introduction: Aussie households receiving more in benefits than dishing out in taxes Ross Greenwood: Great to have your company here on Monday news going right around the […]Read More »
  • Cash is no longer king

    Cash is no longer king

    Michelle Bullock, the Assistant Governor (Financial Systems) at the RBA talks about a new report showing that card payments overtake cash payments for the first time. Introduction: Card payments overtakes cash payments for the first time Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News right around Australia. Plenty of break news going on. One thing that […]Read More »
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