#229 Money news in human words; Economy firing, housing collapse calls premature, fixed mortgage risks & ATO hit list

Ben Nash

In this week’s Money News in human words, I talked about the massive decline in the budget deficit over the last three months and the huge turnaround in the Australian economy that flowed to the government’s coffers through tax rates which set us up for a good 2023 financial year.

Also, I talked about the housing market forecast collapse, why some of those calls might be premature the fact that 40% of Aussies have fixed mortgage interest rates which are about to get a significant tick up over the next twelve months, the ATO hit list the areas that they will be cracking down for tax returns at this year’s end of the financial year and the things you need to look out for so you can stay on the right side of the rules.


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