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    Helpful hints and information to help you manage financially and prepare for the next stage of your life.

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    ipac money mentors regularly share their expertise on current finance news and opportunities.

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    Paul Clitheroe is a founding director of financial planning firm ipac, Chairman of the Australian Government Financial Literacy Board and chief commentator for Money Magazine.He regularly comments on current events and opportunities for investors.

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    ipac’s reflections blog focuses on issues that are important in our lives.Covering everything from money to health and wellbeing, community, family and career, reflections encourages you to spend some time thinking about what’s important to you and planning your life around that.

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