Cash must be welcome throughout our economy to ensure that everyone can participate.
Without cash, our privacy is at risk because all our transactions are recorded. Banks, lenders, insurers, search companies and others may ask for our transaction history or use our transaction information in ways we don’t understand.
With cash, everyone can budget easily, set limits and understand what’s going on, without fees and other parties in the transaction.
Lenders, retailers, online marketers, government and even criminals are tracking our transactions, activity and preferences. This is what you can do about it to protect your privacy and your right to mind your business
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Buy Now Pay Later users are missing meals and essentials to pay their debts, more government data has confirmed.
Reserve Bank of Australia data released on 7 September 2020 shows Australian consumers have rushed back to cash after an initial COVID-19 related scare campaign.
The essential role of cash in the economy is recognised in last week’s Reserve Bank of Australia Payment System Board update. However, unlike the RBNZ, the RBA does not propose concrete actions to protect the cash economy.
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