Stuff.co.nz: Financial planning considerations different for women

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Getting your finances sorted is a good idea no matter who you are. But women often face a unique set of circumstances that can make it a bit harder. Hannah McQueen explains why. Read more →

Stuff.co.nz: Being cashless can be a licence to spend

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 →

Newstalk ZB: Drunk people buy things online to ‘self soothe’

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 →

Consult Recruitment: Don’t Let Your Finances Become Tangled This Christmas

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Katie Wesney, Financial Personal Trainer at enableMe Takapuna, shares her 12 tips with Consult Recruitment on how to get through this cash-intensive period without overstretching your spending this Christmas. Read them here. Read more →

Verve Magazine: Have you had the “money talk”?

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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 →

NewstalkZB – NZ on brink of debt crisis

Hannah McQueen talks with NewstalkZB listeners about Kiwi’s borrowing habits and potential debt troubles.

Listen back here.

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RadioLive: Impulsive Shopping

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Hannah McQueen talks to Mark Sainsbury of RadioLive about the psychology of impulsive shopping. You can listen back to it here.Read more →

New Year Resolutions: Can You Afford To Take A Pay-Cut?

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Have you had the recurring resolution year-after-year to sort your finances out? And this year, you actually want to do it?

At enableMe, we find that February is our highest month during the year for new enquiries; because you’re settled … Read more →