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Goodbye welfare : How to go from welfare payments to financial independence, by someone who's done it! / Tracy Lee Harvey
Bib ID 3788718
Format BookBook
Author
Harvey, Tracy Lee
 
Description West Lakes, S. Aust. : Seaview Press, 2006 
xiii, 125 p. ; 21 cm. 
ISBN 9781740084253
Subjects Finance, Personal -- Australia.  |  Welfare recipients -- Employment -- Australia.  |  Poor -- Services for -- Australia.  |  Australia -- Social conditions.
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