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  • Dear customers,

    We have experienced a delay in processing your bank statements this month. Your statement will arrive between 15-17 July.

    We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience this may have caused.

    If you have any questions, please feel free to call 5032 2075 to talk to a customer service consultant.
     

  • There are many items that can trip you up when purchasing a home, but there are also ones that can be avoided. If you are thinking of taking out a new home loan, then consider these four items before you potentially waste your valuable time and money.

    1. Selecting a loan with the longest term

      With 40-year loans available on the market, you may be tempted to extend your loan term in order to lower your monthly repayments. While the reduced payments could help with all the extras e

  • As most economists have forecasted RBA has announced they will be leaving the cash rate at record low 2.5 per cent. This is the 10th consecutive month that the RBA has left the cash rate unchanged, however the economy is expected to improve.

    THE RBA board trusts that the low level cash rate will support the promotion of sustainable growth.  Unemployment appears to be the driving force for this decision. Though unemployment rates have remained solid they are somewhat relatively high i

  • Ahead of the release of the minutes of the Reserve Bank’s May board meeting, the Australian dollar is slightly lower in cautious trade.

    At 0630 AEST Tuesday, the local dollar was trading at 93.28, a drop from 93.50 cents on Monday. Overnight the Australia dollar fell lower against most major currencies as investors recognised the Bank’s mixed economic indicators and the release of the meeting minutes.

    For the ninth month in a row the cash rate was left unchanged at the May board m

  • The Abbott Government warned us that its first budget would be tough. What Treasurer Joe Hockey calls a “budget repair” makes a number of cuts, introduces tax hikes, fees and tighter welfare rules in a call for Australians to “contribute and build”.

    But what does this mean for you? Here is a summary of the key points:

    Are you a senior?

    • If you were born in or after 1965, the pension age for you is rising to 70 by 2035; new indexation arrangements from 2017
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