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Ross Gittins—Economics Editor for The Sydney Morning Herald—has discovered a potential solution that can prevent governments from spending too much on nationwide policies.
Apple faces $74 billion worth of tax remittance charge
28th May 2013
Multibillionaire company Apple is facing a tax-related corporate dilemma for allegedly not paying the corresponding tax for its $74 billion profits from 2009 to 2012.
The shareholders of the Trust Company of Australia believe that the anticipated Perpetual takeover bid is a positive light in the country’s economic milieu. The Trust company’s competitor, however, believes that …
Aussies donate more through mobile
26th April 2013
With mobile technology expanding the options for doing things, Australians have found a more efficient way of donating to charity. Now, many Australians are utilising mobile donations, relegating the classic donation bucket to the obsolete list. The move from traditional to tec…
Australian Dollar and Yuan begin direct trading
12th April 2013
China and Australia have agreed on directly trading Yuan and Australian dollar in China’s onshore foreign exchange market. This is a “huge advantage for Australia,” according to Prime Minister Julia Gillard durin…
How did the Australian Stocks Do Today?
26th March 2013
Here are details on the stock markets of key places all over the world.
It was revealed in a recent survey that only 3 out of 10 Australians believe that they are confident of their financial status. Many of them, and even people around the world, believe that the economy is not doing well and so they are delaying their retirement in order to have …
Former Child Genius Uses Talent the Wrong Way
21st February 2013
For those living in Australia, the name Christopher Hopley will surely ring a bell. He was the child genius featured for knowing how to recite the alphabet forwards and backwards when he was only two years old. A…
Are You Paid the Right Amount?
8th February 2013
You graduated from a prestigious university with honors. You passed the licensure exams for your course. You hold a certificate in your chosen field. Your report card has flying colors. However, you are struggling with your salary and having much difficulty paying all your bill…
Learning About Crisis Management from Lance
21st January 2013
Who would not know who Lance Armstrong is? He is considered to be the King of Cycling, having won the Tour de France title seven times. But now, he is facing what is considered to be the greatest fall from grace in the history of sports. He has been stripped of…