The ACCC’s annual report on scam activity in Australia shows more Australians are falling victim to scams and losing more money than ever before. ACCC Deputy Chair Delia Rickard explains why.
Public Health Insurance is an expensive option. But as Major General Gerard Fogarty explains, it is also a necessary option.
There are more than a million individual records of unclaimed money from dormant bank accounts, life insurance, shares and other investments waiting to be claimed by the rightful owners.
The internet has become a part of our everyday lives, yet consumers are too often unaware of the very real and pervasive threat of online scams. Delia Rickard, Deputy Chair of the ACCC, talks about the latest online scam in Australia – internet pop-ups.
‘If it’s too good to be true it probably is’ is a well-worn adage we’ve all heard but it’s too-often ignored – and ignored at our peril, as Delia Rickard, Deputy Chair of the ACCC explains.
You have probably heard or read recently that the Commonwealth Government has made a number of changes to the superannuation (super) system most of which come into effect on 1 July 2017. What are the changes?