Newstalk ZB: How to teach kids about money and budgeting

Many parents despair at their kids’ financial literacy, watching them blow their spare income on smashed avocado.

So how do you prepare them for financial independence?

Founder of Financial Personal Trainers enableMe, Hannah McQueen has written a book about just … Read more →

Breakfast: Creating Financially Fit Kids

Hannah says that by the age of 15, children should be exposed to the household finances, and by 16 (at the latest) have a part-time job.

This is to connect them to the real world, in preparation for work and … Read more →

Newstalk ZB: Lessons from young entrepreneurs

Hannah shares her top tips for the next generation of entrepreneurs with Jack Tame, Newstalk ZB. Listen back here.Read more →

Stuff.co.nz: How to manage on one income when your spouse wants to quit work

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A career change can often be hard on relationships and a difficult subject to discuss with your partner or spouse, if they are not 100% on board.

Hannah McQueen says the person making a change should recognise the sacrifice the … Read more →

Stuff.co.nz: High incomes, awful finances – People for whom $100,000 isn’t enough to live on

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Are you able to live within your means? Have you an emergency fund to cope with life’s ‘curve balls’?

Nearly a third of people earning $100k to $150k are living pay cheque to pay cheque, a survey has found according … Read more →

Breakfast: Teaching your kids the value of money

How can you teach your kids the value of money these school holidays?

 

Breakfast’s money expert Hannah McQueen’s got big plans for her eight-year-old to knuckle down during the break – but would you do this with your kids?… Read more →

Stuff.co.nz: Growing KiwiSaver balances mean people can’t put off writing a will

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Whilst many people are buying a house later in life, or not at all, Hannah McQueen urges us not to put off writing a will; in order to protect our loved ones and assets. Read more here.Read more →

Breakfast TV: Only 50% of credit card users pay off their debts in full each month

If you are not able to pay off your credit card bill in full each month, you are going backwards.

Hannah McQueen‘s top tip is to cut the cards up! And put a plan in place to attack that Read more →

Newstalk ZB: Reigning in spending key to getting ahead

 

Hannah McQueen, the Director of enableMe Financial Personal Trainers, tells Jack Tame on Newstalk ZB that financial progress is not necessarily about earning more money, but spending less. Listen back here. Read more →

Stuff.co.nz: How much scrimping is too much if you want to save for your first-home

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It is possible to cut back on your discretionary spending for 12 months in order to achieve your financial goals – it just takes sacrifice and stamina – and prioritising, say Hannah McQueen! Read how to here.

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