With few banks offering more than the rate of inflation in interest, by having money in the bank, all that can offer is peace of mind says Hannah McQueen.
Money is the leading cause of relationship breakdown – what tools should you use to navigate those differences?
Start Talking – Have your asset position documented when you start a new relationship – Make Progress
As Warren Buffet once said: “You don’t know who’s swimming naked until the tide goes out”
Are you and your money prepared for the economic downturn? Katie Wesney of enableMe Takapuna shares her market insights in this latest blog for … Read more →
September 2016 sees our eighth franchise, and fifth in the Auckland, open in Henderson, by business owner and Financial Personal Trainer Chris Liddell.
Chris will be known to many enableMe clients, as our Banking and Lending Manager for the past 2.5 … Read more →
Getting ahead financially can be similar to getting fit or losing weight. Some of us are born with a fast metabolism, making it easier to lose weight. Others of us aren’t. Money is the same.
To assess your own financial fitness, … Read more →
What can New Zealanders do today to make the most of low interest rates in an uncertain housing market?
This week, the Reserve Bank issued a consultation paper which proposed further tightening of bank lending to residential property investors across the country as well as more limitations on low-equity lending for owner-occupied borrowers; the intention is impose the new … Read more →
Financial infidelity is replacing sexual infidelity as a leading cause of relationship breakdowns.
It’s when people lie to their partners or deceive them about money, according to leading financial personal trainer, author and principal of … Read more →
Hannah McQueen joined Mel Homer and Charlotte Lockhart from Perpetual Guardian on The Cafe couch to discuss how to get financially fit with a Financial Personal Trainer. If you missed it, you can watch it back below.
Hannah McQueen, Financial Personal Trainer and Director of enableMe Ltd gives RadioLive listeners advice on Kiwisaver post Brexit. If you missed it, you can listen back to the show here.