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Personal finance events calendar

Track all the key financial dates for the Australian financial year in one place.

Our personal finance calendar includes all the important financial events for the financial year, including key tax dates, interest rate decisions, health insurance and energy price rises, big sales and other events to help help you better manage your finances.

Want to add these events to your own calendar? Click here to download it for Google Calendar, and click here to download it for Apple Calendar.

How to use the calendar

This calendar lists all the key personal financial dates based on the current Australian financial year.

You can click on a date to get more information on an event, as well as tips on what actions you should take to improve your finances.

Click the arrows in the top left and right of the calendar to move between months.

Key dates explained

RBA meeting

On the first Tuesday of every month (excluding January), the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) meets to review the official cash rate. It may choose to increase or decrease this rate, which has a significant knock-on effect for the interest rates offered on things like home loans, personal loans and savings accounts.

Whether the cash rate rises or falls, this can be a good time to review your financial products. If you have a home loan, you might want to consider refinancing to a better rate.

If you have a personal loan, you might want to consider getting a debt consolidation loan. For savings accounts, you might want to review high-interest savings accounts and see if you could get a better return elsewhere.

Consumer Price Index

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) is a measure of household inflation calculated by the Australian Bureau of Statistics. It measures how much the cost of living has increased over the last 12 months, based on a basket of standard household goods and services.

The CPI also affects things like HECS-HELP debts, which are indexed each year based on this figure.

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