Monthly Archives: April 2010

Saving to be made less taxing

April 29, 2010 No Comments »

The words ‘tax’ and ‘exciting’ make strange bedfellows at the best of times, but it really can be described as a potentially exciting time for Australians on the tax front. Consumers look set for a double boost this Sunday, when ... Read More »

Cracking the da Stevens Code

April 28, 2010 1 Comment »

RBA Governor Glenn Stevens has released the text of another speech, this time to business leaders in Toowoomba. And so it’s time for analysts, pundits, commentators and generally interested persons to pick over his themes, his words and the general ... Read More »

The Magical World of Interest

The Magical World of Interest
April 1, 2010 No Comments »

As you may remember, a media firestorm erupted last week when Westpac announced it would charge interest on fees and interest on all Westpac Credit Cards. Westpac defended itself by saying this is standard practice among banks — but just ... Read More »