Bankruptcy orders have been imposed on Tyson Scholz, an Instagram finfluencer on the run from the law and banned from selling stock tips online.
More than 5.6 million Australians could be eligible for a payout after insurers were found to have unnecessarily complex pricing promises and practices.
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The deadline to submit supporting documentation for HomeBuilder applications will be extended for those affected by supply constraints and construction delays.
Tax authorities have found another $2.1 billion in lost and unclaimed superannuation since last financial year, taking the nation's total to $16 billion.
Westpac says it will postpone closures of rural banks during a Senate inquiry, the second major bank to heed calls to act in good faith.
Major banks are being urged to stop regional branch closures as a Senate inquiry prepares to hold its first hearing in Sale, Victoria.
A week after the launch of a Senate inquiry into regional bank closures, Westpac has announced it will close 20 branches, including in major farming regions.
Australia's big five banks should cope with lending losses caused by climate change but will be more vulnerable to economic downturns, a new analysis shows.
The Finance Sector Union says Westpac has announced the closure of 23 of its group's branches across Australia, with the loss of 92 jobs.
Five AMP companies have been fined $14.5 million after the organisation was found to have charged members fees for services they were not receiving.
Westpac is defending a decision to close 24 bank branches across Australia, including many in regional areas.
A former Queensland financial adviser accused of swindling $6 million from clients to invest in a South Australian abalone farm has had his conviction quashed.
Car sharing and hiring from a provider who offers a flat rate on fuel has become a real option for suburban families struggling with petrol prices.
Queensland has passed laws to set up a new board to monitor the Public Trustee, but opposition and crossbenchers say the reforms don't go far enough.
Home values were up 0.7 per cent in March, with Sydney and Melbourne declining and smaller cities punching above their weight.
High rents and housing shortages in regional Australia are making it difficult for some people to return home, while also forcing out essential workers.