Gender equality ‘scorecard’ finds gaps in every industry
The Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) have released the latest ‘gender equality scorecard’, finding that while many areas have seen improvement there is still a ways to go.
Government gives customer-owned banking a regulatory boost
Australia’s banking industry may see more movement away from traditional models, as well as increased levels of competition in the future, thanks to updated regulatory and legislative reforms from the federal government to enhance the presence of credit unions, building societies and other customer-owned banks in the nation’s financial landscape.
CommBank launches facial recognition for their banking App
Can you trust facial recognition for your bank accounts? CommBank thinks so.
Today is the last day taxpayers can lodge their own tax return
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) is reminding Australians that today, 31 October, is the last day for taxpayers to lodge their own tax return, or they will potentially cop a large fine.
Ranking Australia’s states and territories by economy
A recent report has found that out of Australia’s states and territories, South Australia has experienced the strongest improvement in economic performance over the last quarter, though New South Wales remains at the front of the pack.
Tax scammers want to steal your savings
The authorities are working with retailers to help prevent a scam in which consumers are cajoled to buy gift cards to pay fake tax debts.
Aussies throw away $446 million a year in loose change
ING research has found that more than half of Australians do not think twice about losing loose change, and it’s costing them a collective $38.85 million a month.