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Exchanges in WA – Locate Phone Numbers to locality

All the Exhchanges in West Australia
Exchange Phone Number Address
Applecross 101 Adross St (cnr Macrae)
Armadale 9497 1199 Jull St (Next to post office)
Ascot 9361 1650 Hardley Rd, Belmont
Ashfield 9279 5863 Wesfarmers, Railway PDE
Attadale 9330 1111 cnr Curtis & Holme Rd, Melville
Baldivis 9524 1049 Baldivis Rd (south of Fay Rd)
Ballajurra 9249 5099 Illawarra Cres
Bassendean 9377 3699 Wilson Street
Bateman 9332 1199 Hassel Cres (off Leichhardt St),
Bullcreek
Beckenham (L/Y) 9451 1200
Beechboro 9377 4090 cnr Amazon Drive & Sacramento Ave
Belhus 9297 3999 Chateau Place, (Before security gate)
Bentley office Ewing St (Near Sevenoaks Street)
Bullsbrook 9571 1352 Bullsbrook Road
Bulwer 9491 7455
Burns Beach 9305 5999 Marmion Ave (1km past Burns Beach
Road, on left)
Byford 9525 1099 cnr Blytheswood & South Western Hwy
Carmel 9293 5211 Carmel Road near cnr of Ash Street
Carrabooda RCM Karoborup Rd, 1.1km off Wanneroo Roa…

Us treasury plan - Explained

The Australian and New Zealand dollars gained for an 11th day, the longest winning streak since at least July 2007, as a U.S. plan to rid banks of toxic assets boosted speculation the global recession may abate. The currencies touched the strongest in four months against the yen as Asian stocks extended a global rally, taking the MSCI World Index to a five-week high on U.S. plans to fund purchases of as much as $1 trillion in illiquid real-estate assets. New Zealand’s currency pared gains against the dollar as Finance Minister Bill English said the nation faces “chronic” budget and current-account deficits. http://image.guardian.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2006/05/31/stevebell310506a.jpgAfter the Treasury Department released its plan today to rid banks of so-called "toxic assets" by enticing private investors to partner with the government, Paul Solman answered questions on the basics of the plan. What exactly are toxic assets and why is it so crucial for banks to…

Tax Bonus payment to arrive soon - Lets be merry

If you earned less than $100,000 in the 2007-08 financial year and paid tax you could be eligible to receive a tax bonus payment of up to $900. Payments start from early April 2009 and are tax free. This tax bonus payment measure will benefit around 8.7 million taxpayers.Taxpayers will not need to apply for the payment. The Australian Taxation Office will make the payment to taxpayers after determining eligibility for the 2007‑08 financial year.What do you need to do?If you have already lodged your 2007-08 tax return the Tax Office will automatically calculate your eligibility and entitlements and send your payment to you.Your payment will be deposited into the bank account you nominated in your 2007-08 tax return or sent as a cheque to the address on that return. If you have already lodged your 2007-08 tax return and your bank account or address details have changed since then, call us on 1300 686 636.Unless you have been granted a deferred lodgment date by the Tax Office prior to 1…