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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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23

Aug '2018

Thursday, 23 August 2018

Pacific and General

A Pacific without NCDs for our children, is it a dream Beyond the Stars?

The impact of non-communicable diseases is more than an alarming statistic for people across the Pacific. For many of us, it’s a scary reality. Illnesses such as diabetes, hea...

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30

Jul '2018

Monday, 30 July 2018

Pacific and General

Credit repair

Credit repair Reproduced with permission of ASIC's MoneySmart website.  Don't pay to fix your credit history - do it yourself If debt is getting you down or you have...

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09

Jul '2018

Monday, 09 July 2018

Pacific and General

Spending futuredollars

By Tom Hartmann, sorted.org.nz   This doesn’t get said enough about taking on debt – it’s really just spending our future earnings before they arrive. Perhaps it’s b...

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