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How to avoid one of Australia’s fastest-growing scams

July 26, 2019
Invoice Fraud - How to avoid being scammed

As the ‘handshake’ deal and cash payments are increasingly replaced by email-only relationships and electronic transfers, the prospect of a business paying the wrong person has grown exponentially.All of which has seen invoice fraud become one of the fastest-growing and most costly cons in Australia.So how do you ensure you don’t become a victim of this scam?

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The newest in heavy vehicle technology

July 19, 2019
Heavy Vehicle Technology

Vehicle manufacturers have been at the forefront of pushing the boundaries of motoring efficiency, comfort and technology, making driving a safer experience. But the truth is that the basic elements of driving have changed little in a generation. It still requires a tank full of fuel and a driver who is subject to fatigue.

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RBA hopes cut will stimulate activity

July 5, 2019
Economic Update July 2019

With the Reserve Bank of Australia cutting the official cash rate to a record low of 1 per cent, interest rates continue to be the talk of the business pages. But do rates this low pack a monetary punch? Or will the Government have to pull on the fiscal purse strings to get the economy moving, as RBA Governor Philip Lowe is encouraging?

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Press play: 5 business lessons from the small screen

June 27, 2019
Press play: 5 business lessons from the small screen

From Basil Fawlty and Michael Scott to YouTube’s motivational mega stars, the entertainment world is full of business lessons that will make you laugh – and cry. Whether it’s a cautionary tale of farcical proportions or the tough truth you need to hear, pressing play on these entertainment gems could put you on the fast track to success.

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RBA hopes cut will stimulate activity

June 20, 2019
RBA hopes cut will stimulate activity

The big news in June was the Reserve Bank’s decision to cut the cash rate to a record low of 1.25 per cent. While mortgage holders were celebrating, all eyes immediately turned to what it means for the economy and the RBA’s next move.

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Weird office inventions that didn’t take off

May 28, 2019
Weird office inventions that didn’t take off

Every office invention started with an idea. Consider the computer, the stapler, the office chair and the post-it note. But not every invention promising groundbreaking results in the workplace becomes an office staple (no pun intended). Innovation opens weird and wonderful possibilities. Also uncomfortable, impractical and even dangerous possibilities. For example: Hawaii Chair The Hawaii Chair sought to mitigate the health risks of the sedentary office worker. It’s certainly a long way from what Thomas E Warren had...

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May 2019 economic update

May 7, 2019
May 2019 economic update

The big picture So, where to from here? The economy is probably in better shape than the GDP numbers indicate, but government, business and the RBA will need to switch gears to get wages growth and inflation up. Most economists agree that that may have to happen in the form of a few more interest rate cuts. It is not a matter of if, but when. The big picture ...

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Linx Finance at the 2019 Brisbane Truck show

May 1, 2019
Linx Australia Group at the Brisbane Truck Show

Linx Finance were well represented at the 2019 Brisbane Truck show, which in itself was a well-attended show with 36,921 people recorded across the four days, a 10% increase over the last event. The NatRoad conference was also held at the same time and we got to hear from Industry speakers and mingle with our customers at the social events. On site, there was a good representation of local and international truck and trailer suppliers showcasing industry-leading products and technology....

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Has Australia fallen into recession?

April 4, 2019

If the headlines are to be believed then the Australian economy is about to hit some headwinds. In January we’re seeing more weak numbers: house prices are down, equity markets are volatile, retail foot traffic is falling, the Aussie dollar is under pressure and residential building approvals are in free fall. With the September quarter 0.1% drop in GDP and the weakness looking set to continue well into 2019, economists are wondering: Has Australia fallen into recession?

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