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Surveys are fun, and that's the level that many people are happy to keep them at. A little bit of pocket money for sharing your views and opinions. Nothing wrong with being paid for your rants and opinions. But what if you want to take it to the next level? Can you make a decent side income with online surveys? Well you'll never know until you try, so here are 13 simple tips to maximise your efforts and get the most fun and money out of paid surveys:

http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/paid-surveys/13-simple-tips-make-most-out-paid-surveys
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Daylight saving started, check. Spring school holidays on, check. Less than a month to Labour Weekend, check. It's starting to feel a lot like spring! And although most of New Zealand hasn't had too bad a winter who isn't looking forward to the longer and warmer days ahead?

http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/blog/budget-friendly-entertainment-spring
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So how do you get a job when every job seems to call for experience? In a word, hustle. Sure, you can sit at home and keep on applying for jobs, and moaning about not getting an interview. But, most jobs are never advertised, and getting proactive is a much more successful way to get a job:

http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/work-home/how-get-job-no-work-experience
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According to Statistics New Zealand, rents were less affordable in the late 1990’s than they are today. Obviously, the rents have gone up in the meanwhile, but average wages have risen faster. In 1998 the average household spent 34.% of their income on rent, by 2012 the figure had fallen to 31%. Even in the super-heated Auckland housing market, this is true. In 1998, the average Auckland household spent 37.6% of income on rent, by 2012 this was down to 35.1%:

http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/blog/are-rents-going
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Getting control of your spending habits is a lot like getting control of your eating habits if you are trying to lose weight. It starts with having a hard long look at what you are doing now:

http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/money-saving-tips/how-get-control-your-spending-habits
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For some purchases the risks outweigh the price, but for other items, second hand is definitely the way to go. Find out which are the best and worst things to buy second hand:

http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/money-saving-tips/best-and-worst-things-buy-second-hand
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Whether you are a student looking for a way to pay the rent, or a stay-at-home parent who needs to supplement the household's income there are quite a few options. Although New Zealand is said to have high unemployment, a quick look on Trademe or another job site will provide a long list of part-time and evening jobs:

http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/work-home/ideas-part-time-and-evening-jobs
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Lis has reviewed 5 great e-books you can download for free and learn to save money:

http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/blog/5-free-ebooks-saving-money
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Even if it's not that easy as it sounds, it IS possible to make money online! Lis shares 15 ideas for Kiwis:
http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/15-ideas-make-money-online
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Whether you are driving across the island, or flying across the world, going on holiday is something we all look forward to. Here are some tips on how to stay safe during your travel:
http://www.surveycompare.co.nz/blog/staying-safe-holiday
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