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    Hope And Help For First Home Buyers
     21 June 2008
    Things are looking up for would-be first home buyers, left out in the cold in the recent house price boom. The numbers are finally getting better, and government assistance is increasing.
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    Investor is not a Gambler
    17 Jun 2008: Many years ago - well before computer games were dreamed of - there were a number of classic games that could be found in every takeaway bar in the country.... more
    Take Action Now to Get Full Kiwisaver Tax Credit
    7 Jun 2008: June is the month of reckoning for KiwiSaver members who want to be sure they get as big a tax credit as possible from the government. But judging from reader emails and questions at seminars, there's a fair bit of confusion about it all.... more
    If the Government Can Do It...
    24 May 2008: If there's one topic that I should write about more often, but I avoid because I fear it will turn people off, it's budgeting. But with the government's Budget in the news, now is as good a time as any to consider the way we - as individuals or couples - spend our money. And I promise not to get preachy. ... more
    Safe Haven for Nervous Investors
    10 May 2008: Spooked by the Blue Chip, Feltex and finance company collapses, a growing number of New Zealanders are joining the "flight to quality" by buying government bonds or their little brothers, Kiwi Bonds.... more
    Retirement saving – now is good
    3 May 2008: With the recent introduction of new NZ Super rates and compulsory employer contributions to KiwiSaver, now is a good time to start thinking seriously about retirement saving.... more
    Making Risk Work for You
    3 May 2008: There is still a strong school of thought that believes markets are perfectly efficient, that all available information is incorporated in a share price at any given moment. In that world there is not much point in value investing. ... more
    Ethical Investing Likely To Catch On Here
    28 Apr 2008: Ethical investing - which has been increasingly popular in other western countries - is likely to catch on in New Zealand now that KiwiSaver providers have to state in their investment documents whether they offer this option.... more
    Gold Shining Brighter Than Ever
    19 Apr 2008: Conditions still favour gold. Gold prices rose over recent weeks as record oil prices and continued weakness in the dollar encouraged investors to buy into bullion. With crude prices touching an all time record, gold's role as a hedge against rising inflation has seen the precious metal move higher. ... more
    3 Ways that Kiwisaver just got Even Better
    12 Apr 2008: ... more


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