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The 2015 Federal Budget will cause endless political arguments, but there’s a more important question for most people: how will it affect the money I take home and the amounts I have to spend on essential services? Here’s what you need to know about HELP repayments, the “Netflix tax”, FBT for mobile devices and more.
Sorry Sydney, nothing for you today. If you live in Perth however, uberX trips are now up to 20 per cent cheaper, while Melbourne fares have been reduced by up to 15 per cent. The latter comes with a catch — UberBLACK services have gone up by the same amount.