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On the Money - serving up finance in one easy podcast. How do I make my money go further? What are banks really doing with my cash? What are the big challenges for our economy? Who's doing well in business and how did they do it? On the Money is here to delve into your finance questions and unpack the jargon around business, banks and big bikkies.So hedge your bets, monetise your mind and add this asset to your portfolio. On the Money - 2SER: Thursdays 7pm AEST and syndicated nationally across the CRN. Check your local guides for our weekly series.

Latest Episodes

IOOF Controversy and Economic Lunatics

Welcome to the On the Money Podcast, your weekly run down on all things financial. On the show this week: what is happening with the IOOF? The financial advice company IOOF is in hot water after APRA’s action wipes over $900 million off the share market, and with their Managing Director and Chairman facing court over claims of mismanagement. These annoucements could not have come at a worse time as the company is planning to purchase ANZ’s superannuation business, OnePath Super, later this year. The two Directors have since been removed, and the new CEO, Alan Griffith, is asking the public to trust them once more. All indications are that the deal will still go ahead – but should it? Daniel Elison discusses the latest developments with Jerry Parwada, Professor of Finance at UNSW and AGSM Fellow. On The Money premiers their brand new segment – Hot Off The Press – wherein our producers give you the lowdown on all the hottest finance, business and economics events and new media. T...

27 MIN2019 APR 13
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IOOF Controversy and Economic Lunatics

The Federal Budget Breakdown

Welcome to the On the Money Podcast, your weekly run down on all things financial. On the show this week: the 2019 Federal Budget winners and losers! In this episode the On the Money Budget team — Roderick Chambers, Daniel Butler and Max Tillman — speak with host Veronika Aleshina about their experience down in Canberra. This show is full of facts and figures, and great insights from inside the Lock Up, as well as some snippets from interviews with Senator Mathias Cormann of the Liberal Party, Dr Andrew Leigh of the ALP, Bob Katter of KAP, and Industry Professor Warren Hogan of the Dean’s Unit at UTS Business School. We also hear vox pops from local Canberrans, gathered by Max Tillman, and chat about Labor’s upcoming Budget response with producer Ben Robinson. Producers: Roderick Chambers Ben Robinson Max Tillman Daniel Butler Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Roderick Chambers Enjoying our show? Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to chat with us, and see our updates!

27 MIN2019 APR 5
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The Federal Budget Breakdown

Live Panel Special: A Budget for the Federal Election?

Welcome to the On the Money Podcast, your weekly run down on all things financial. On the show this week: what does a Federal election year mean for the Budget? In this episode, panel host Tania Katsanis sits down with our special guests to discuss the likely outcome of Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s Budget Announcement. Dr Peter Davidson, Principal Advisor for the Australian Council for Social Services (ACOSS), and Industry Professor Warren Hogan of the Dean’s Unit at the UTS Business School discuss tax cuts, negative gearing and affordable housing policies, raising the Newstart allowance rate, and reports of under-spending on programs such as the NDIS. And make sure to tune in to 2SER next week! Our Budget team will emerge from the Lock Up with the facts, figures and best analyses for your Federal Budget programming on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 2nd-4th. We will see you then. Producers: Tania Katsanis Kevin Suarez Daniel Elison Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Rode...

27 MIN2019 MAR 29
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Live Panel Special: A Budget for the Federal Election?

Wages, Unemployment & Future-proofing the Economy

Welcome back to the On The Money Podcast! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: what does it take to future-proof the economy? With less than a week to go until the NSW State Election, the NSW Parliamentary Budget Office has released a report into spending estimates for both Liberal and Labor Parties. After the housing boom, what does NSW need to do to future-proof the economy? What do we consider an investment, and what is a loss for the Budget’s bottom line? Max Tilman speaks with Dr Gareth Bryant, Lecturer of Political Economy at the University of Sydney to interrogate these issues. The Centre for Future Work has raised the issue of low wages this week. The Open Letter was published online, and signed by 124 experts in labour markets, law and employment relations. The signatories advocate for immediate government intervention to raise the minimum wage, as real purchasing power declines relative to the cost of living....

27 MIN2019 MAR 22
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Wages, Unemployment & Future-proofing the Economy

Gender Lens Investing, Financial Ratings System and MMT

Welcome back to the On The Money Podcast! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: The Me Too movement rocked the film industry, but it has also heavily impacted the business and finance world. Producer Veronika Aleshina speaks with Danielle Logue, Associate Professor at the UTS Business School, about Gender Lens Investing. The new movement in the business innovation and entrepreneurship space is partially facilitated by programs set up by former Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs. We continue to cover the fall-out of the Hayne Royal Commission into the Banking sector. Producer Daniel Elison is joined by Dante De Gori, CEO of Financial Planners Association of Australia, to discuss a new independent and credible ratings system designed to keep the financial services sector accountable to investors. Also on the show: Part III of our three-part investigation into New Monetary Theory...

27 MIN2019 MAR 15
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Gender Lens Investing, Financial Ratings System and MMT

International Women's Day Special: Celebrating Women in Politics Live Panel

Welcome to the On the Money Podcast, your weekly run down on all things financial. On the show this week: an International Women’s Day special, celebrating women in politics. What is the political environment like for women in politics today? What are the key issues that spark the proverbial flame, the need to enter the political sphere, and do any of these issues persist today? We welcome the Hon. Penny Sharpe – Deputy Leader of the NSW Labor Party, Shadow Minister for Environment & Heritage and Shadow Minister for Trade. Joining the Hon. Penny Sharpe is Councillor Angela Vithoulkas, Leader of the NSW Small Business Party. Together with panel host Tania Katsanis, these sharp and inspirational women discuss their experiences and challenges, what motivates them, and the impact of social media. And, of course, we touch on the red hot political issues being taken to the State election this year. Producers: Tania Katsanis Kevin Suarez Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Roderick Cha...

28 MIN2019 MAR 8
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International Women's Day Special: Celebrating Women in Politics Live Panel

Economy of Drugs & HSC Economics Enrolments Drop

Welcome back to the On The Money Podcast! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: Wastewater studies have indicated that Australians spent $9.3 billion on hard drugs such as cocaine and methamphetamines in 2018 alone. Ben Robinson is joined by Shane Neilson, Head of High Risk and Emerging Drugs Special Operation at the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC), and David Shoebridge, NSW Greens MP, to discuss the issue. In our most Tweeted about story this week: HSC Economics enrolments rates have dropped by 70%, to their lowest in 25 years, according to new figures published by the Reserve Bank of Australia. Max Tillman discusses this report with Matt Grudnoff, Senior Economist at The Australia Institute, and asks him how high school economics can adapt to the modern age. Also on the show: Part II of our three-part investigation into New Monetary Theory. Vincent Su is again joined by Professor of Economics Steven Hail (University of Adelaide) to discuss new perspectives on underemployment. Producers: Ben Robinson Max Tillman Vincent Su Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Roderick Chambers

29 MIN2019 MAR 6
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Economy of Drugs & HSC Economics Enrolments Drop

Westpac Class Action and Dollar Milk

Welcome back to the On The Money Podcast! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: a class action lawsuit has been launched against Westpac, for alleged irresponsible lending practices. This action has been undertaken by law firm Maurice Blackburn. It follows a $35 million settlement between Westpac and ASIC, which was overturned in the Federal Court. Ben Robinson speaks with Cameron Murray, Senior Economist at the Australia Institute, to find out what is different this time around. Woolworths has been on the radar all week. The supermarket giant has decided to abolish $1 milk in a show of solidarity with dairy farmers. Kevin Suarez speaks with David Inall (CEO of Australian Dairy Farmers) and Associate Professor Gary Mortimer (QUT) to find out what this means for the industry. Also on the show: confidence in the Neoliberal economic model is decreasing rapidly. Is New Monetary Theory the answer to anemic economic growth? Vi...

27 MIN2019 FEB 22
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Westpac Class Action and Dollar Milk

RBA Considers Interest Rate Cuts

Weekly podcasts are back! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: the Reserve Bank of Australia changes their policy. Ben Robinson speaks with Martin North from Digital Finance Analytics (DFA) to find out what has happened in the Australian economy for the RBA to consider cutting the interest rate. Dylan Storer from Wangki-Yupur nana purru Radio (WA), consults Senior Research Fellow for the Australian Alliance for Social Enterprise at the University of South Australia, Jonathan Louth, about the failure of the Banking Royal Commission to address issues in regional and remote Australian communities. Also on the show: will young families really be able to own their own home under Labor? Tune in to find out! Producers: Ben Robinson Daniel Elison Dylan Storer Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Roderick Chambers

26 MIN2019 FEB 15
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RBA Considers Interest Rate Cuts

Banking Royal Commission and FaceID

Weekly podcasts are back! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: a Banking Royal Commission special. ANU Fellow Dr John Hewson gives us some insights into the outcome of the Haynes Commission, and Executive Director of the UN Global Compact Network Australia, Kylie Porter, discusses banking culture. Also on the show: how are will facial recognition tech influence Australian financial organisations? Tune in to find out! Producers: Kevin Suarez Vincent Su Veronika Aleshina Michael Lester Executive Producer: Roderick Chambers

27 MIN2019 FEB 8
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Banking Royal Commission and FaceID

Latest Episodes

IOOF Controversy and Economic Lunatics

Welcome to the On the Money Podcast, your weekly run down on all things financial. On the show this week: what is happening with the IOOF? The financial advice company IOOF is in hot water after APRA’s action wipes over $900 million off the share market, and with their Managing Director and Chairman facing court over claims of mismanagement. These annoucements could not have come at a worse time as the company is planning to purchase ANZ’s superannuation business, OnePath Super, later this year. The two Directors have since been removed, and the new CEO, Alan Griffith, is asking the public to trust them once more. All indications are that the deal will still go ahead – but should it? Daniel Elison discusses the latest developments with Jerry Parwada, Professor of Finance at UNSW and AGSM Fellow. On The Money premiers their brand new segment – Hot Off The Press – wherein our producers give you the lowdown on all the hottest finance, business and economics events and new media. T...

27 MIN2019 APR 13
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IOOF Controversy and Economic Lunatics

The Federal Budget Breakdown

Welcome to the On the Money Podcast, your weekly run down on all things financial. On the show this week: the 2019 Federal Budget winners and losers! In this episode the On the Money Budget team — Roderick Chambers, Daniel Butler and Max Tillman — speak with host Veronika Aleshina about their experience down in Canberra. This show is full of facts and figures, and great insights from inside the Lock Up, as well as some snippets from interviews with Senator Mathias Cormann of the Liberal Party, Dr Andrew Leigh of the ALP, Bob Katter of KAP, and Industry Professor Warren Hogan of the Dean’s Unit at UTS Business School. We also hear vox pops from local Canberrans, gathered by Max Tillman, and chat about Labor’s upcoming Budget response with producer Ben Robinson. Producers: Roderick Chambers Ben Robinson Max Tillman Daniel Butler Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Roderick Chambers Enjoying our show? Follow us on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram to chat with us, and see our updates!

27 MIN2019 APR 5
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The Federal Budget Breakdown

Live Panel Special: A Budget for the Federal Election?

Welcome to the On the Money Podcast, your weekly run down on all things financial. On the show this week: what does a Federal election year mean for the Budget? In this episode, panel host Tania Katsanis sits down with our special guests to discuss the likely outcome of Treasurer Josh Frydenberg’s Budget Announcement. Dr Peter Davidson, Principal Advisor for the Australian Council for Social Services (ACOSS), and Industry Professor Warren Hogan of the Dean’s Unit at the UTS Business School discuss tax cuts, negative gearing and affordable housing policies, raising the Newstart allowance rate, and reports of under-spending on programs such as the NDIS. And make sure to tune in to 2SER next week! Our Budget team will emerge from the Lock Up with the facts, figures and best analyses for your Federal Budget programming on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, April 2nd-4th. We will see you then. Producers: Tania Katsanis Kevin Suarez Daniel Elison Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Rode...

27 MIN2019 MAR 29
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Live Panel Special: A Budget for the Federal Election?

Wages, Unemployment & Future-proofing the Economy

Welcome back to the On The Money Podcast! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: what does it take to future-proof the economy? With less than a week to go until the NSW State Election, the NSW Parliamentary Budget Office has released a report into spending estimates for both Liberal and Labor Parties. After the housing boom, what does NSW need to do to future-proof the economy? What do we consider an investment, and what is a loss for the Budget’s bottom line? Max Tilman speaks with Dr Gareth Bryant, Lecturer of Political Economy at the University of Sydney to interrogate these issues. The Centre for Future Work has raised the issue of low wages this week. The Open Letter was published online, and signed by 124 experts in labour markets, law and employment relations. The signatories advocate for immediate government intervention to raise the minimum wage, as real purchasing power declines relative to the cost of living....

27 MIN2019 MAR 22
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Wages, Unemployment & Future-proofing the Economy

Gender Lens Investing, Financial Ratings System and MMT

Welcome back to the On The Money Podcast! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: The Me Too movement rocked the film industry, but it has also heavily impacted the business and finance world. Producer Veronika Aleshina speaks with Danielle Logue, Associate Professor at the UTS Business School, about Gender Lens Investing. The new movement in the business innovation and entrepreneurship space is partially facilitated by programs set up by former Foreign Minister Julie Bishop, and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs. We continue to cover the fall-out of the Hayne Royal Commission into the Banking sector. Producer Daniel Elison is joined by Dante De Gori, CEO of Financial Planners Association of Australia, to discuss a new independent and credible ratings system designed to keep the financial services sector accountable to investors. Also on the show: Part III of our three-part investigation into New Monetary Theory...

27 MIN2019 MAR 15
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Gender Lens Investing, Financial Ratings System and MMT

International Women's Day Special: Celebrating Women in Politics Live Panel

Welcome to the On the Money Podcast, your weekly run down on all things financial. On the show this week: an International Women’s Day special, celebrating women in politics. What is the political environment like for women in politics today? What are the key issues that spark the proverbial flame, the need to enter the political sphere, and do any of these issues persist today? We welcome the Hon. Penny Sharpe – Deputy Leader of the NSW Labor Party, Shadow Minister for Environment & Heritage and Shadow Minister for Trade. Joining the Hon. Penny Sharpe is Councillor Angela Vithoulkas, Leader of the NSW Small Business Party. Together with panel host Tania Katsanis, these sharp and inspirational women discuss their experiences and challenges, what motivates them, and the impact of social media. And, of course, we touch on the red hot political issues being taken to the State election this year. Producers: Tania Katsanis Kevin Suarez Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Roderick Cha...

28 MIN2019 MAR 8
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International Women's Day Special: Celebrating Women in Politics Live Panel

Economy of Drugs & HSC Economics Enrolments Drop

Welcome back to the On The Money Podcast! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: Wastewater studies have indicated that Australians spent $9.3 billion on hard drugs such as cocaine and methamphetamines in 2018 alone. Ben Robinson is joined by Shane Neilson, Head of High Risk and Emerging Drugs Special Operation at the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC), and David Shoebridge, NSW Greens MP, to discuss the issue. In our most Tweeted about story this week: HSC Economics enrolments rates have dropped by 70%, to their lowest in 25 years, according to new figures published by the Reserve Bank of Australia. Max Tillman discusses this report with Matt Grudnoff, Senior Economist at The Australia Institute, and asks him how high school economics can adapt to the modern age. Also on the show: Part II of our three-part investigation into New Monetary Theory. Vincent Su is again joined by Professor of Economics Steven Hail (University of Adelaide) to discuss new perspectives on underemployment. Producers: Ben Robinson Max Tillman Vincent Su Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Roderick Chambers

29 MIN2019 MAR 6
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Economy of Drugs & HSC Economics Enrolments Drop

Westpac Class Action and Dollar Milk

Welcome back to the On The Money Podcast! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: a class action lawsuit has been launched against Westpac, for alleged irresponsible lending practices. This action has been undertaken by law firm Maurice Blackburn. It follows a $35 million settlement between Westpac and ASIC, which was overturned in the Federal Court. Ben Robinson speaks with Cameron Murray, Senior Economist at the Australia Institute, to find out what is different this time around. Woolworths has been on the radar all week. The supermarket giant has decided to abolish $1 milk in a show of solidarity with dairy farmers. Kevin Suarez speaks with David Inall (CEO of Australian Dairy Farmers) and Associate Professor Gary Mortimer (QUT) to find out what this means for the industry. Also on the show: confidence in the Neoliberal economic model is decreasing rapidly. Is New Monetary Theory the answer to anemic economic growth? Vi...

27 MIN2019 FEB 22
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Westpac Class Action and Dollar Milk

RBA Considers Interest Rate Cuts

Weekly podcasts are back! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: the Reserve Bank of Australia changes their policy. Ben Robinson speaks with Martin North from Digital Finance Analytics (DFA) to find out what has happened in the Australian economy for the RBA to consider cutting the interest rate. Dylan Storer from Wangki-Yupur nana purru Radio (WA), consults Senior Research Fellow for the Australian Alliance for Social Enterprise at the University of South Australia, Jonathan Louth, about the failure of the Banking Royal Commission to address issues in regional and remote Australian communities. Also on the show: will young families really be able to own their own home under Labor? Tune in to find out! Producers: Ben Robinson Daniel Elison Dylan Storer Veronika Aleshina Executive Producer: Roderick Chambers

26 MIN2019 FEB 15
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RBA Considers Interest Rate Cuts

Banking Royal Commission and FaceID

Weekly podcasts are back! Subscribe to us for the inside running on all things financial, every Friday. On the show this week: a Banking Royal Commission special. ANU Fellow Dr John Hewson gives us some insights into the outcome of the Haynes Commission, and Executive Director of the UN Global Compact Network Australia, Kylie Porter, discusses banking culture. Also on the show: how are will facial recognition tech influence Australian financial organisations? Tune in to find out! Producers: Kevin Suarez Vincent Su Veronika Aleshina Michael Lester Executive Producer: Roderick Chambers

27 MIN2019 FEB 8
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Banking Royal Commission and FaceID
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