RACQ research shows Queenslanders are opting to put tax returns into savings in 2022

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By Jordan Crick
Updated July 29 2022 - 5:42am, first published July 6 2022 - 9:00pm
Many Queenslanders will be putting their tax returns into savings in 2022. File photo.

RACQ Bank has released research showing people are opting to put their tax returns into savings or pay off debt amid a backdrop of climbing interest rates and mounting cost of living pressures.

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Jordan Crick

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Redland City Bulletin journalist covering news, sport, crime and politics. UQ alum. Born and raised in the Redlands. Cricket, rugby league and football fan. jordi.crick@austcommunitymedia.com.au