The government is looking to cut interest rates from 2.5% to 1.5%, but that may not be enough to cut your bills.
What you need to know about interest ratesThe Consumer Price Index (CPI) is the most widely used benchmark for calculating inflation and is used by most governments.
In Australia, it is known as the Consumer Price index (CPIs).
The government has used the CPI to calculate the Consumer Prices Index (which is also called the Australian Consumer Price Reference).
The CPI includes all consumer goods, and excludes fuel, food and clothing.
The CPI is based on data from December 2015.
The previous CPI was published in November 2016.
The previous CPI data, based on the December 2015 data, has a CPI of 3.0, which is around 0.5 percentage points lower than the CPI published in March 2018.
There are also many other factors that can affect inflation, including changes in the length of a person’s paycheque, the amount of money a person earns, the length and composition of their paycheques and whether or not they receive other payments such as interest.
The government’s latest measures will reduce the CPI from 3.5 to 3.1 in 2020, 2.9 to 2.7 in 2021, 1.9 in 2022, 1,8 in 2023 and 1.8 in 2024.
The changes will come into effect from 2023, 2024 and 2025.
What’s more, the changes are set to be in place for a period of 12 months, from 2027.
The change will mean that the CPI will decrease from 3 to 2 per cent, or 3.2 to 2, but the number of people with paychequets will increase from 5.4 million to 7.1 million.
However, the CPI remains unchanged as the amount that the consumer has to pay will continue to rise, which means that the average consumer’s bills will continue going up.
What will be affectedThe CPI will be lowered by 1.2 percentage points over the next 12 months in 2020.
In 2021, the inflation rate will be 0.8 per cent.
The Government is currently looking at how to reduce the cost of borrowing, and how it will be paid for.
In 2020, the government is proposing to reduce mortgage interest rates by one-quarter, and the CPI is estimated to be $30.
The Consumer Finance Guarantee is a government guarantee that you have if you are unable to pay off your mortgage.
The Consumer Finance Payment is a payment that is paid by the Australian Taxation Office to your bank.
The bank is responsible for paying the payment.