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  • Newsletter – August 30 2019

    Newsletter – August 30 2019

    “The Labor general secretary of New South Wales, Kaila Murnain, says she didn’t know exactly about a $100,000 cash donation to the party Well, this donation has caused all sorts of mystery…cause how could you miss $100,000 in a plastic bag. But it got me thinking…how many notes could you fit in an Aldi bag? […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – August 23 2019

    Newsletter – August 23 2019

    “One thing a Treasurer never wants to do, and I’ve learn this from experience – they never, ever want to utter the ‘R’ word.  I think they would prefer to utter a ‘F’ word as compared with an ‘R’ word.  The ‘R’ word they will never utter is recession.” (Listen Here)  Newsletter – August 23 […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – August 9 2019

    Newsletter – August 9 2019

    “Ross Greenwood: What happens if interest rates drops close to zero? The former secretary of New South Wales Treasury Percy Allan, you have got one very good example of where quantitative investing  has been trailed before… Percy Allan, Former NSW Treasury Secretary: Germany! During the Third Reich when Adolf Hitler came to power. They effectively got […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – July 5 2019

    Newsletter – July 5 2019

    “I believe there is becoming a crisis of confidence for people to buy into high rise apartment buildings. Now, that is a fundamental problem but I’m not the only one with these concerns – so do insurers. The insurance industry has deserted the construction industry by walking away from offering professional indemnity insurance which surveyors, […]Read More »
  • Newsletter – Friday June 28 2019

    Newsletter – Friday June 28 2019

    “I wonder if you would have the confidence to go and buy, and then live in a new apartment building. I’m not 100 percent sure that everybody would be after what we’ve seen and what we know is the legal obligation on the owners. Do you have the confidence?” (Listen Here) Newsletter – June 28 […]Read More »

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  • Why is the Treasurer urging Australian businesses to invest locally?

    Why is the Treasurer urging Australian businesses to invest locally?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg  who is urging Australian Businesses to invest locally to boost productivity and keep our economy strong. Interview with: Josh Frydenberg, Treasurer Image source: 2GBRead More »
  • How to avoid blackouts this summer

    How to avoid blackouts this summer

    Ross Greenwood speaks to AEMO CEO Audrey Zilberman who says there needs to be a change to the power grid in order to avoid blackouts in the summertime. Ross Greenwood: One of the things that we have told you time and again in Australia is we don’t have enough power at the right time because […]Read More »
  • Should the family home be included in pension asset test?

    Should the family home be included in pension asset test?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to Rice Warner’s executive director Michael Rice  who says the family home should be included in the means test to make the age pension system fairer. Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to Money News. Right around the country now, you get a sense, or at least I do, that in the future, there […]Read More »
  • Why paying more than $10,000 in cash could turn ‘mums and dads’ into criminals

    Why paying more than $10,000 in cash could turn ‘mums and dads’ into criminals

    Ross Greenwood speaks to head of External Affairs at CPA Australia Paul Drum as Australians could face up to two years in jail and be fined $25,000 for completing cash transactions in excess of $10,000, under a proposed new law. Ross Greenwood: Welcome back to my main news ride around Australia. Listen, I think we’re […]Read More »
  • Is Private Health Insurance worth it?

    Is Private Health Insurance worth it?

    Ross Greenwood speaks to CEO of NIB, Mark Fitzgibbon, about private health insurance, and why keeping premiums at 3 to 4% is a sign of good progress made by the industry Ross Greenwood: Let’s move on to private health insurance now. In fact, speaking with Scott Phillips from Motley Fool a short time ago, he […]Read More »