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.

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Stuff.co.nz: Few bank savings accounts beat inflation

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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.

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TVOne Breakfast: Money is the leading cause of relationship breakdown

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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

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Stuff.co.nz: Banks cut deals for customers who ask, experts say

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Banks are ‘chipping in’ thousands of dollars to get the customers they want; what you need to know about negotiating savings from your bank.

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RadioLive: Your Money – Tips to stop you sinking

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Whilst we’re focused on getting ahead financially here at enableMe, for a lot of people this first step in taking control of their finances is to stop sinking.

Suzanne Hill and Elizabeth Blake shared lots of great money-saving tips on … Read more →

TVNZ Fair Go: Finding Fritter

Fair GoHannah McQueen has stepped up to a new challenge with TVNZ’s Fair Go show. This time she’s helping a young couple Richard and Rachel Olsen in Dunedin find fritter in their budget. Follow their story here … Read more →

Breakfast: Make The Most Of Your Petrol Savings

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enableMe Director Hannah McQueen joins TVOne’s Breakfast show with tips on taking control of your money this year, including how to make the most of the savings at the petrol pump.

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