Federal Minister for Industrial Relations Kelly O’Dwyer is set to take action to prevent the widespread prospect of certain casual employees being able to double dip by claiming they are also entitled to annual leave on top of the casual penalty rates they have already received. The double dip threat arises due to some unusual […]
Scamwatch is warning people not to engage with phone calls or emails they receive threatening arrest or jail over unpaid tax debts.
Members are advised that while NANA will be closed on public holidays, we will still be available to assist our Members throughout the Christmas/New Year break. Members who need assistance on any matter over Christmas/New Year can contact NANA on 1300 113 044 or by email to email@example.com
Fairfax has decided to pass on an increase to its sales and service fees effective from Monday 3 December 2018. This increase is not a uniform percentage across all fees, rather each specific fee has been assessed separately.
The recent announcement and commencement of credit cards as an alternative to Opal cards being able to be used on the transport network across NSW may impact volumes of tip-up transactions through Newsagencies.
In an updated online item on 1 December 2018 ABC News focused on an example of pay day lending gone awfully wrong where a loan of $175 turned into a debt of $750. The article was highly critical of the lender and the distress caused to the borrower. To view the news item, follow this LINK.
Shareholders and regulatory agencies including the courts have signed off on the final stages of the takeover of Fairfax media by Nine.
Scamwatch is calling on businesses to urgently review how they verify and pay accounts and invoices due to increased reports of business email compromise (BEC).