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Sending Money to the Philippines By Building Relationships
Sending Money to the Philippines By Building Relationships

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A Filipino worker who is set to move to Australia and leave his family behind creates a blazing baggage of uncertainties. Is moving the right decision for your marriage? Can you afford to live in OZ on your own? Will you be able to visit your loved ones every year? These are just some of the worries that can initially consume an OFW’s mind.
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You know these brands by name but, do you know where they came from?
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Respect has to go both ways. Each partner has to see the other as making an equally serious contribution to the family, whether it’s in the form of a job or in taking care of the family and home.
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Littering on the road can cost you up to AU$353 in fines. Yes, even if your waste is a biodegradable banana peel.
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Halina't mamasyal sa Luneta gamit ang munting kalesa. (Come! Let's tour Luneta while we ride the iconic Kalesa.) #KulturangPinoy #iRemitExchangeRate
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It’s been commonly assumed that if you can buy a car outright, you should, but is that really true?
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Enjoy the Great Barrier Reef exciting activities such as snorkeling, scuba diving or even enroll in a scuba dive course. #DiscoveringAU #iRemitExchangeRate
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With the New Year, New You series, why not resolve to be an early bird for the year? If you decide to do so, we are here to guide you. It’s never too late to start!
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Want to give these challenges a go? If you want to increase your chances at succeeding, steer clear of these three scenarios that trick you into spending more money than you should.
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Chalice vine is a native flower in  Mexico and Central America. This yellow bell flower will turn to gold as it gets old. #PHBloom #iRemitExchangeRate
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