Minister says this is "a real disappointment"
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No, they were evicted for a positive meth test. being returned in the house they rented. In most cases, there was no hard evidence to link the occupant with illegal activity. The test threshold has now been found to be too low. The meth that tested positive could have come from previous occupants or a relative passing through.
I am puzzled.
They were evicted for smoking an illegal substance that contaminated their home. Even though the Government moved the level of contaminant needed to be unsafe they still carried at illegal act.
Why are they being compensated?
Spoken like a true fund manager....
There is plenty of 'Simple' financial education out there if clients are prepared to find it
Just like our health (5 veg, fruit, nuts and 10,000 steps a day) we know what to do
but intentions and results are different breast...
As an Authorised Financial Adviser (AFA), disengagement of clients from their investments is my biggest challenge
(there are other things to think of kids, holidays, the next weekend)
If I can get my clients to think about their KiwiSaver investments in the early years
the potential for higher long term results are greatly enhanced for them.
Financial education is a ongoing process for my clients and yes it can be kept simple...
and.. by the way other fund managers do
have got some great 'simple' financial educational tools, you just need to be prepared to find them.
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