KANIKA SOOD  |  WEDNESDAY, 8 APR 2020   12:39PM
Australians working from home during the COVID-19 shutdown will now be able to claim 80 cents per hour for the rest of this financial year, after changes made by the Australian Taxation Office.
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Big banks cop a beating
ELIZA BAVIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 8 APR 2020
The big four banks have all suffered a rating downgrade due to the COVID-19 fallout, while APRA warns they should cut dividends and bonuses.
ASIC winds up three financial services companies
ELIZA BAVIN  |  WEDNESDAY, 8 APR 2020
ASIC has announced it recently obtained wind up orders for three financial services companies, including two financial advice businesses.
Not safe to launch: APRA
HARRISON WORLEY  |  WEDNESDAY, 8 APR 2020
APRA will not issue a new superannuation licence any time within the next six months, with the prudential regulator keen to avoid the early failure of new super funds at the hands of COVID-19.
Trillion dollar stimulus debt debated
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  WEDNESDAY, 8 APR 2020
The extraordinary COVID-19 stimulus package is in front of Parliament today, with what is expected to be a trillion dollar debt being scrutinised by politicians.
Stimulus is finite: Prime Minister
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  TUESDAY, 7 APR 2020
The Australian government has made public the modelling that is informing its COVID-19 response, revealing why the JobKeeper payment works off a six month timeframe.
Open banking to charge on
ELIZA BAVIN  |  TUESDAY, 7 APR 2020
The consumer watchdog has confirmed the launch of open banking will go ahead at the July 1 deadline as a means to help drive competition.
Hundreds of thousands flock to early release
ELIZA BAVIN  |  TUESDAY, 7 APR 2020
The Australian Taxation Office has confirmed over 361,000 Australians have registered their interest to access their superannuation savings early.
Mayfair 101 accused of misleading advertising
ELIZABETH MCARTHUR  |  MONDAY, 6 APR 2020
ASIC is taking Mayfair 101 to court alleging that the investment manager misled consumers in its advertising.
Charterhill founder incarcerated
ALLY SELBY  |  MONDAY, 6 APR 2020
The founder of Charterhill Group, which collapsed in 2014, has been sentenced to 10 years imprisonment, and will serve at least six of these behind bars.
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