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The Australian’s Money Cafe
The Money Puzzle covers all the important property, business, money and finance news.  With two episodes published every week, The Australian’s Wealth Editor James Kirby, along with business, property and finance experts share insights and information that you will use on your wealth building journey. Submit your questions on all things property, business and finance here - [email protected] 
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Ratings & Reviews
4.5 stars from 942 ratings
Murdoch Misinformation
Quite an interesting podcast but clearly stinks of Murdoch bias and misinformation against EVs etc.What other agendas ar they slipping in?
Kaye DEE BEE via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/11/24
Very informative.
Very informative.
The_Chocolate_Fish via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 02/28/24
It’s just OK
TLDR: Another Murdoch Empire stooge editorialising on right wing politics… I think I’m going to call time on this version of the Money Cafe now. It’s much less entertaining without Alan Kohler and has turned into a bit of a James Kirby waffle-fest. He brings on guests but often interrupts them to...Read full review »
Tig42 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/18/24
Recent Episodes
The average HECs student debt is now $26,500 and rising rapidly. Once upon an inflation-free time HECs hardly mattered, now it matters a lot. Worse still, the way HECs is managed by the government is antiquated and unfair to former students. Meanwhile, banks use the debt to reduce your borrowing...
Published 04/11/24
As the economists continue to push their rate cut forecasts further out, it is now distinctly possible we will not see interest rate cuts this calendar year. What does it mean for the property market and your borrowing plans? In today's show we cover: The reality of higher-for-longer interest...
Published 04/09/24
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