An Australian bank will stop offering loans for new fossil fuel cars from 2025, which it says will ‘encourage’ more people to buy electric vehicles. Australian Banks Pushes EV Cars On Citizens The customer-owned Bank Australia will announce the self-imposed ban at a national EV summit in Canberra on Friday, arguing it is a responsible step to ensure its lending practices did not “lock our … Continue reading Bank Stops Giving Loans For Cars
Lawmakers in France’s National Assembly passed a bill that lets police surveil suspects remotely by activating cameras, microphones, and GPS location systems on phones and other devices. Here’s What You Should Know French citizens criticized the new bill as a “snoopers” charter that allows police unfettered access to the location of its citizens. Now, police can activate cameras and microphones to take video and audio … Continue reading French Police Allowed To Access Your Camera, GPS and Microphone
The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has come under scrutiny for sending millions of letters demanding tax payments with inaccurate information. IRS Acknowledges Mistake in Payment Dates The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has admitted to sending CP-14 letters to taxpayers demanding payment of taxes owed, but some notices contain incorrect payment dates. The IRS issued a statement obtained by The Epoch Times, apologizing for any confusion … Continue reading IRS Makes Another Mistake Affecting Taxpayers
Social security advocates warn of potential payment disruptions amid increasing odds of U.S. debt default. Social Security Full Payments At Risk With the odds of a U.S. debt default increasing, Social Security advocates warn beneficiaries they should be prepared in case their payments are interrupted. As negotiations continue over whether to expand the nation’s borrowing limit, Congress and the White House have yet to reach … Continue reading Warning: Social Security Payments at Risk?