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Milestone Direct Ltd - Professional Services

It'd be our pleasure to conduct a free and no obligation initial consultation with you to explore what retirement planning solutions may best suit your needs. You can speak with a Milestone Direct financial adviser today by calling  0508 645 378  toll-free, or by emailing info@milestonedirect.co.nz .   A disclosure statement is available on request and free of charge. 

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2 days ago

Book Review – This Could Change Everything by Jill Mansell

This Could Change Everything Jill Mansell Hachette RRP: $34.99 This is a very light read – probably quite perfect for a poolside break away from the doom and gloom of winter. The novel follows Essie, who (accidentally) sends an email to pretty much everyone in her address book that’s altogether too honest about her current …

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My carer needs a break. What are my options for short term/tempor...

  The reasons for a carer taking a break are many and varied, as are the options. (See also the section at the bottom of this answer: "Forward planning advised") Options for funded/subsidised services (assessment required) include: Day Group. This is generally structured so that you leave home in the morning, have lunch and return home in the afternoon. (For further info...

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