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  • Thursday, 21st October 2010
  • Stamp duty

    It’s the thorn in the side of every would-be homeowner, but a rebellion is growing against stamp duty. A Current Affair investigates the taxation black hole causing Aussie families to lose billions.
    jan
    (Guest)
    we are pensioners, we just want to downsize, were not not investors. So therefore we should not have to pay stamp duty
  • Wednesday, 20th October 2010
  • Bank wars

    How small banks are finally playing ball for your business. A Current Affair shows you some of the big incentives on offer from our smallest banks.
  • Friday, 15th October 2010
  • Save to win

    Its banking to get excited about. We investigate the newest campaign by one bank, offering cash prizes to get you to save your money with them.
    Jimmy
    (Guest)
    Good on BoQ. At least this is a way they can get cheaper funding, which will ease pressure of raising interest rates.
  • Open for inspection

    A bargain price mega mansion, meditation rooms and home theatres. We bring you the best of luxury living.
    r45
    (Guest)
    ugly ugly ugly. money doesn't buy taste.
  • Tuesday, 12th October 2010
  • Credit cards

    Bury you credit card debt forever. Swap and save as A Current Affair brings you Australia's cheapest credit card deals.
    neverumind
    (Guest)
    how about spending less than what you earn!
  • Friday, 8th October 2010
  • Open for inspection

    Small homes hiding big secrets and big homes with secret pasts. We bring you properties that are not what they seem.
  • Thursday, 7th October 2010
  • Solar power

    Everyone knows about it but few know how to do it. We find out how to go solar, what it will cost you and what are the real savings that can be made.
    Cheryl
    (Guest)
    Had Clear solar instal our system had no problem with them.
  • Best of broadband

    Home phone and broadband mega deals, no line rental, free local calls and high-speed internet. A Current Affair gives you the best bundles at the lowest prices.
    candy
    (Guest)
    if you have family and friends overseas skype is so cheep, I pay for 3 months 24 dolla and I can talk as much as I want.
  • Wednesday, 29th September 2010
  • Aussie dollar

    Show me the money! As our dollar skyrockets, we show you why every Australian has a reason to hit the shops. We unearth the massive savings to be had online, including deals on electronics, furniture and homewares.
    Adam12
    (Guest)
    What i don't get is everyone complains so much about outsourcing aus jobs but no problem buying overseas ???
  • Wednesday, 22nd September 2010
  • Power bills

    They're living proof that you can save hundreds on your electricity costs - we catch up with several families who have managed to slash their power bills and show you how they did it.
    norm
    (Guest)
    Handy hint turn off your battery chargers to your walkabout phones.only recharge the phone once every 5days.or when low.

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