Alan Kohler and James Kirby entered The Money Cafe with heavy hearts after hearing of the severe cuts to journalism jobs at Fairfax.
They make one last attempt at predicting the Budget – CGT is out, what’s left for housing affordability? Alan points out that the last time we had a current account surplus, Bob Dylan released Blood On The Tracks – coincidence?
James reveals that the super guarantee is no guarantee and a minimum $1 billion of super is unpaid every year.
And they reflect on the Winners and losers in shorts – Vocus was a rare win for shorters this week.