Last Tuesday, the RBA’s 25bp rate cut brought the official cash rate down to 2.75%, the lowest it has been in fifty-three years (via The Australian). I usually make a voluntary repayment into the fixed portion of my loan whenever RBA makes such a mortgagee-friendly announcement. But with 1st of June fast approaching, I thought I’d attend to another kind of debt, the student loan.
Prior to the economic blip of 2008 and the mortgage in 2009, a less mustbethrifty me decided to do a degree for the fun of it. A couple of years later, I ended up sixteen grand poorer; for the last oh so many years, I’ve been paying for it through my tax return*. Continue reading