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Working from home? ATO says to make your tax work right


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 3 min read )

ATO sets the record straight for working deductions

Running up the credit card for things you think you can claim on tax? Depending on your job, you might want to check what’s allowed, says the ATO.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 3 min read )

Big banks offering big balance transfer deals

Three of the big four banks have credit cards with 0 per cent balance transfer offers for at least 18 months, a new market analysis has found.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 2 min read )

Coles and NAB launch new premium credit card specials

Big banks and supermarkets are introducing special offers for premium credit card customers, ranging from travel rewards to cashback on purchases.


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 2 min read )

Banks big and small have credit cards under 10%

Commonwealth Bank, Westpac and at least 10 other providers are offering credit cards with single-digit interest rates.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 2 min read )

New Auswide credit card provides interest rate certainty

Auswide Bank has launched a Visa credit card whose interest rate is tied to the official cash rate, two years after unveiling a similar home loan product.


Nick Bendel

Nick Bendel

( 2 min read )

ACM Group found guilty of misconduct for “widespread” and “systemic” harassment of vulnerable consumers

Debt collectors ACM Group have been found to have been engaged in deceptive and misleading conduct relating to two “vulnerable consumers” in cases brought forward by the ACCC and ASIC. The firm, which used methods of harassment and coercion including multiple telephone calls, false threats and misinformation, have now been put on notice as a direct result of their conduct, which was found to infringe on Australian Consumer Law by the Federal Court.


Bria Horne

Bria Horne

( 2 min read )

Three-year minimum expiry proposed for gift cards

Losing money on gift cards with surprise expiry dates or hidden fees may become a thing of the past, with the government considering reforms to national legislation.


Mark Bristow

Mark Bristow

( 2 min read )

Our banks can do better than this: ASIC report highlights the need for greater credit card reform

ASIC’s proposed credit card reforms are another step towards better regulation around credit cards but more work is needed for Australians to step off the credit card debt treadmill.


Georgie Hay

Georgie Hay

( 3 min read )

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