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Most Australian children have such a glut of toys that parents are opting to give them gift cards so they can choose for themselves. rawpixel/Unsplash

No presents, please: how gift cards initiate children into the world of ‘credit’

Many children receive gift cards or even ask for them so they can choose their own presents. But are youngsters ready to handle the wiles of advertisers and the complexities of 'credit' on a card?
The information in credit histories can affect a bank’s decision to loan money. Stephanie Flack/AAP

Business Briefing: what happens to your credit history

Business Briefing: what happens to your credit history.
As credit reporting agencies find new ways to make money out of people accessing their credit histories, agency wrongdoing is calling into question the whole business model.
Prime minister Malcolm Turnbull has accepted almost all the recommendations from the Murray Inquiry into the financial system. Mick Tsikas/AAP

Government to act against businesses exploiting credit card charges

The Turnbull government will ban businesses from charging consumers excessive surcharges on their credit cards, and move to inject more competition into the superannuation industry.

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