Here's something else to worry about: the legion of cyber fraudsters and identity thieves are trying to steal your frequent flyer points – and they're succeeding.
Michael Pascoe is a BusinessDay contributing editor. He comments on companies, markets and the economy.
For all the turmoil marking the first weeks of President Trump, the big boot is yet to drop. That's when the angry heartland realises the factory jobs aren't coming back, whatever Trump promised.
"Alternative facts" make it hard to develop a rational attitude about government revenue, expenditure and the future of Australia.
Never mind the politicisation of energy and carbon policy – the market and legal system is moving rapidly to instil the discipline and punishment the government isn't game to discuss.
The federal Treasurer and the Finance Minister threw several years of Coalition dogma out the window and it's been reported as if it's just another day at the office.
Government at any price is the lowest common denominator of politics. The nation ends up paying for it.
Donald Trump doesn't get it, apparently is incapable of getting it.
Donald Trump's statement that the US should have taken Iraq's oil after invading their country in 2003 is a worry on a number of fronts.
On April 6, 1917, the US officially entered World War I. Just six weeks short of 100 years later, Donald Trump is being sworn in. Thus ends the "American Century".
How much is it worth to save an Australian life? The Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet says not more than $4.2 million, on average.