Why take 30 years to pay off your mortgage when you could do it 10?
All too often borrowers default to the standard duration of 30 years on their mortgage term, and trundle along never making much more progress than … Read more →
Is going cashless actually costing you? The research is clear: we spend more when we deploy the plastic – probably why the credit companies would like a completely cashless society! Read Hannah McQueen‘s reasons on why we should treat … Read more →
Do you get a little “spendy” with your credit card online when you’ve had a few drinks? Research shows it’s costing Australians billions. Hannah McQueen talked to Newstalk ZB about how to save yourself from a spending hangover… Read more →
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 →
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 →
The silly season is almost upon us and it’s a time when many of us start to get anxious about the amount of organising we need to do before the holidays and the not insignificant matter of how we are … Read more →
Often discussing finances in a relationship can be a difficult subject. Have you and your partner had the “money talk”?
Alistair Johannesson of enableMe North Harbour helps you navigate what can often be a tricky situation to approach in this … Read more →
What can New Zealanders do today to make the most of low interest rates in an uncertain housing market?
With the ball season upon us, so comes the expectation of many children that their parents are in a position to pay for all that glitz and glamour.
Elizabeth Blake of enableMe Auckland Central helps guide you through this special, … Read more →