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    The Investor Men Don’t Have a Monopoly on Financial Ability
     10 March 2012
    New Zealand women are less confident about their finances than men, a recent survey suggests. Should they be?
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    The Investor A Year Of Change For Kiwisavers – And Would-Be Joiners
    11 Feb 2012: We’re in for a mixed year with KiwiSaver. Contributions from the government and employers will decrease. Still, there’s a good reason for employees who haven’t yet joined the scheme to get in now. Meanwhile, some over-65s will become eligible – for the first time - to withdraw money in retirement.... more
    The Investor: Take Action not to Avoid Bill Blues Next January
    28 Jan 2012: Ah, summer. Time for beaches, baches, barbecues – and facing probably the year’s biggest credit card bills, or even demands for payment from loan sharks.... more
    The Investor Don’t Wait For Change On How Advisers Are Paid
    17 Dec 2011: It’s one of those situations in which, 20 or 30 years from now, I reckon people will say, "I can’t believe they used to do it that way."... more
    The Investor: Columnist Is Wrong – Mortgage Repayment Is Well Worth It
    3 Dec 2011: Contrarian investing – when you put your money into investments that most people are getting out of – sometimes works well. Such investments are usually cheap. But should we extend that to borrowing when most others are repaying debt?... more
    The Investor: Two Thoughts about Christmas Shopping
    19 Nov 2011: Look at any graph of credit card spending over the years and you see a clear pattern – spikes each December as we put Christmas gifts, food and drink and holiday spending on our cards.... more
    The Investor Too Many Kiwisaver Non-Contributors Miss Out On The Good Stuff
    5 Nov 2011: Not far from half of all members of KiwiSaver are not contributing regularly to the scheme - whether they are employees on a contributions holiday or non-employees who are simply not putting money in. What a pity.... more
    The Investor: Who Needs Money when You’ve Got What New Zealand's Got?
    22 Oct 2011: New Zealanders, it seems, are better off than people in any other OECD country when we look at non-financial measurements. The saying “money isn’t everything” rings true in this country.... more
    The Investor: Fees Matter. Especially for Younger Kiwisavers
    10 Oct 2011: Too many KiwiSavers – particularly younger ones - are sitting in funds that are likely to grow less than other similar funds.... more
    Spring clean your finances
    10 Sep 2011: Spring has finally arrived and while some of you may be thinking about giving your home a spring clean and the garden an overhaul, it’s also the perfect time to review how well you’re tracking against any goals you set at the start of the year. ... more


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