Financial Mentors and budgeting services are seeing a huge increase in the number of clients wanting to be seen. Cat Rikihana shares her 5 top tips that financial mentors would love to see you prepare or do before a session.
The cost-of-living crisis is hitting Aotearoa New Zealand and recently we officially moved into a recession. We have put together some tips that you might find helpful to protect your health and wellbeing from a te Ao Māori perspective.
Wahine mā – is it your first time flatting? We have some tips and tricks we hope will help. From flat bank accounts to saving power we have it all for you below!
With the increasing cost of kai, you may find eating well on a budget tough, especially if you are on a part time or student income. Check out our top tips to eat well on a budget!
Are you studying this year wāhine mā? We want to help empower you this year, so have found some key tips and tricks from MoneyHub to help make your pūtea go further.
As we move through the first few months of the year, kōrero on resolutions and goals slowly start to fade. The start of the year brings the usual hype around ‘New Year Resolutions’ and ‘New Year New Me’, but are we actually sticking to these resolutions?
Kirihimete is just around the corner! We know this can be a stressful time especially when it comes to pūtea and your budget. We have some top tips we have collated from Sorted NZ to avoid overspending during this time.
Talking about pūtea in a relationship can be difficult, as everyone has their own views on how pūtea should be managed.
Becoming a parent is an important time in your life – not only because your little pēpi will cost a lot of pūtea over their lifetime. Are you ready for the costs involved with becoming a māmā?
In this episode the wāhine at Girls That Invest talk all things retirement funds with Tammy Peyper, Manager of Investor Capability at the FMA NZ. They kōrero about common misconceptions, how to do hygiene checks with your fund, why reading your annual statement is important & more!
Each week the Cooking the Books podcast tackles a different money problem. This episode it's how a few tweaks could set you free from your mortgage years earlier.
Join host Michèle A'Court and guests to redefine PMS - a sponsored podcast series with Ensemble and Stuff to grow your financial confidence. This episode is on Investing 101!
Māori Millonaire Podcast share 6 tips to help get you started, get you thinking, and get you motivated to start your financial journey.
The pātai everyone is asking! This episode of Cooking the Books discusses the soaring cost of living and if there is a way that we as individuals can reduce the pain at the cash register.
Hidden Figures kick off their first podcast episode sharing their whakaaro on wealth. Wealth can be subjective but through this episode, they hope you get an understanding of the things that have shaped their understanding of it. We loved this kōrero with a holistic view on all things wealth!
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