Physical use of cash declines, but many Tasmanians 'stick to cash', argue against cashless society

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Updated February 2 2022 - 3:44pm, first published 3:40pm
'Cash is no longer king': Tasmanians divided in cashless debate
'Cash is no longer king': Tasmanians divided in cashless debate

Tasmanians continue to have good access to cash, says the Reserve Bank of Australia, despite less movement of banknotes in the community, and heavier reliance on electronic and online payments.

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