Australia’s Debt Costs to Surge Without Effort to Reach Net Zero

  Australia’s Debt Costs to Surge Without Effort to Reach Net Zero. At least that’s the claim.  Surge is an emotive word and without support from the article. In that the statement is that the interest on the debt could increase by 100 basis points, knowing full well that the bulk of the public won’t […]

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Aussies can save $2,300 by doing this, if you qualify.

Can ‘Going Green’ with your loans save you money? The answer to that question is a definite maybe. In the first place you have to qualify for a ‘green loan’. If you do then the interest rate charged will be lower than the rate for a similar but non-qualifying loan. A lower interest rate will […]

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Australia calls for global action to fight online misinformation

Online Mis-information is a scourge. But who should be drawing the line and calling it out? Marise Payne thinks it should be an International agreement and all governments should be on board with the rules. Not going to happen though, there are malicious actors who are determined to keep spreading false information to cause problems […]

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‘You need a budget’ and other bad financial advice

Stuff budgeting, YOLO. But if you don’t know where your money is going how the hell will you ever manage to keep control of it? The answer is, of course, that you won’t. A budget is only one part of money management, the rest of it is down to you and your ability to track […]

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Trying to Find the Best Deal Is Keeping You Poor

Do what rich people do, not what poor people do. In this excellent aricle Will explains why playing the bargain hunting and coupon clipping game are a waste of your time and effort. You could be building up better value for yourself by playing the game the way rich people do. There is a reason […]

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Perth Heat to pay players and staff in Bitcoin

This can only end in tears. Why? Bitcoin is so volatile and has no real value, price is no indication of value, that there will be big winners and big losers in this move by the Perth Heat. If this turns out to be a great move, those who turn it down will be disappointed […]

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Personnel Changes in the Retirement Industry

All industries change personnel on a regular basis it seems. The retirement planning industry is no exception. A distrubing statement from one of those moving house is this:- “Retirement coverage is among the biggest societal problems we have in this country,” Grantz says. “Less than two-thirds of working Americans have access to an employer-sponsored retirement plan, and […]

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COP26 Update: China Digs In on Coal While Greenpeace Slams U.S.

COP26 is yet another fraud perpetrated on the general public. From the massive carbon footprint created by all the delegates and their teams to get there to the equally massive carbon footprint created by the protesters to get there, which nobody seems to have commented on. To the enormous carbon footprint being generated by their […]

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Musk ‘to sell Tesla stock’ on Twitter poll

Is Elon Musk a tosser? It would seem so from his latest Twitter poll. He asked his millions of Twitter followers if he should sell some of his Tesla stock to pay his tax bill. 3.5 million of them said he should. The thing is that based on his net profit each share is worth […]

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Step-by-Step Guide to Home loan pre-approval

Before looking for your new home know how much you can borrow. The damand for a home is high at the moment and will remain so for several years yet. Before you start looking though it’s best to know how much you can borrow so you don’t look at homes outside your price range. Also […]

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