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If you’re looking to upgrade your ride to something that’ll turn heads or just want to be more eco-friendly, there’s some good news – a new tax change could help make it more affordable for you.
Five things you can do now to balance your finances as The Reserve Bank Of Australia Raises the cash rate to 1.85%
Another increase in the cash rate today may have you panicked, and with The Reserve Bank of Australia increasing the official cash rate by another 50 basis points to 1.85%, here are some tips to stay afloat and keep up with all these monthly cash rate hikes.
The federal government’s 5% deposit first home buyer scheme is highly coveted, with data showing that single Australians under 30 make up the lion’s share of recipients. Here’s how you can secure one of the 35,000 spots released on July 1.
The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has increased the official cash rate by another 50 basis points to 1.35% amid continuing inflation pressures. This is the third consecutive rate hike, and it will increase monthly mortgage repayments for many Australians. Take a look at what this means for you.
The reporting requirements for financial hardship arrangements are changing and what it means for you.
As interest rates begin to rise, some households across the country may start to struggle financially. On July 1, new changes regarding the recording of financial hardship arrangements will go into effect. Here’s what you need to know.
Attention all new home buyers! We’re just days away from 35,000 first home buyer scheme spots becoming available on July 1st. This is an incredible opportunity for those looking to buy their first home, and we want to help you be as prepared as possible. Here’s how to get ahead of the pack and make the most of this incredible opportunity.
Australia’s banks have tightened their lending criteria for both investment and owner-occupied loans. This means that borrowers will need to demonstrate stronger financial capacity to qualify for a loan. In this blog post, we’ll explore how this might affect your next property purchase.
The RBA has warned that more interest rate hikes are on the horizon, which might be leaving you feeling a little uneasy and anxious about your financial situation. However, there are steps you can take to make yourself feel more in control, including refinancing your mortgage or asking your current lender for a better rate.
If you are a small business owner and are needing or wanting to buy a vehicle, asset or important piece of equipment you can immediately write off the cost come tax time. It’s called temporary full expensing. Here is what it is and how you can benefit.
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