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Children learn from their family

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MoneyPACIFIC offers free, independent guidance so that you can make the best choices for your money. We are not selling you any products or services. This website is full of smart tips, amazing stories and some great tools to get you going – at any stage of life.

MoneyPACIFIC is dedicated to helping Pacific families manage their money and make the best decisions to achieve their financial goals, while learning to minimise the impact of unexpected bumps along the way.

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Having a budget is really important because it helps you and your family to see where your money comes in and goes out.

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10

Nov '2017

Friday, 10 November 2017

Pacific and General

How Deep is Your Pantry?

By Tom Hartmann, sorted.org.nz We were headed for the chip shop the second night in a row. I could see it coming.The kids were keen. It was school holidays, the fridge wa...

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Sep '2017

Tuesday, 26 September 2017

Pacific and General

Education costs and savings made easy with $500 from Saver Plus

Saver Plus is a financial literacy savings program that helps low-income families save for educational items. For every dollar that you save Saver Plus matches you up to $500!...

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12

Sep '2017

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

Pacific and General

Back to money basics

By Tom Hartmann, sorted.org.nz   We’re all at different stages of sorting our stuff out. It was great to see so many people during Money Week, but it really brought home ...

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