48 hours after Budget 2017, Banks under pressure & biggest property rort

It’s like they’ve just learned how to govern! Alan Kohler puts it to James Kirby that Budget 2017 is likely to get through the Senate. And the reason the 2014 Budget failed wasn’t due to an obstructionist Senate, it’s simply that Australia didn’t want those things.

The Money Cafe enters a new venue this week as the boys continue their tour of the eating establishments of Southbank in Melbourne.

James Kirby breaks down the changes to Super in the interests of housing affordability.

Alan realises he missed a golden opportunity in property investment as the travel allowances disappear into thin air.

And they both marvel at a couple of stocks who had major falls in their share price – Vita Group and Quintis.

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