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Member since 13 Jun 2006
Member from Kawerau
Cookybaby, I am sure you are right.Out of curiosity I tried but it comes up as being unavailable so maybe GrownUps clicked on before we did.Chickiwi, Sorry, no statistics, just facts. I'd hate you to think when you retired that you are going to get more than you actually will.
Member since 16 Oct 2008
Member from Rotorua
Post deleted at 19 Oct 2008 3:18pm by GrownUps Administrator
Sorry Moviated, because the page wouldn't open when I tried I thought it was a 'bung' site. I'm afraid it's a bit late for me though having already passed the 65 a few years back.
the Stuff site has some good things on it.
Not a problem and of course it's never to late
This is a really good community online.
Member since 24 Sep 2007
Member from Taupo
Funny that you say it is not a scam, but you also posted the site on more than one thread in this forum, and you do not specify your gender. Are you afraid to?
I did manage to get into the site earlier to check it out, didn't like what I saw, it must be down now as neither Firefox nor Safari would open it.
Further to my comment, the site is an American one and it ends in .com not .co.nz
Just wanted to share something good - sorry if thats a crime! And I'm female - if my gender helps!
I would be interested to know then, if you personally have made any decent money from the site working from home. As most of my experience with work from home schemes don't tell you that you actually have to pay up front to join them, until the very last minute, or when you phone them they say you have to buy an info pack, and that you have to advertise on websites and in newspapers.
Post deleted at 19 Oct 2008 3:17pm by GrownUps Administrator
No, it goes to the .com site, and you have not answered my question.
So, how do you get on for paying TAX on your earnings when you do whatever it is that you do in your business? Not that I am in any way interested in doing it, just curious as to how things work in regards to that.
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