In the Media

Cash-free by 2020: economist

Seniors living in regional locations are at risk of being left behind when Australia becomes a cashless society, according to the local branch of the Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association (CPSA).

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Griffith Seniors Cashless NBN

Griffith seniors have grave concerns about predictions Australia could become a cashless society within three years. 

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Anxious and confused: Why many older Australians are afraid of a cashless society

Before I became a journo, I worked for a credit ratings agency. It was my duty to work out if our clients (companies) were likely to sink or swim in the future (financially).

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Access to healthcare a top priority

Improving access to medical treatment is high on the agenda of the Combined Pensioners and Superannuants Association of NSW, according to president Grace Brinckley OAM.

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Push for free paper bills

A CAMPAIGN is under way to get Australian businesses to return to free paper billing.

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