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    Bridging The Gap Between Those Who Want To Borrow And Those Who Have To
     27 August 2011
    There were times when I felt distinctly uncomfortable at the government’s recent Financial Summit to discuss what should be done about loan sharks.
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    Watched Kiwisaver Funds Boil Too Much
    13 Aug 2011: The internet can be a curse when it comes to long-term investments such as KiwiSaver. ... more
    Plan ahead to give yourself a debt-free Christmas!
    13 Aug 2011: Beaches and barbecues may feel a long way off right now, but while summer holidays may be the last thing on your mind - they shouldn’t be.... more
    The Investor: Adviser’s Enthusiasm For Kiwisaver Is Way Over The Top
    3 Aug 2011: KiwiSaver is a good deal. But I was astonished by the claims made for the scheme by an experienced financial adviser in a recent industry magazine – and by his lack of clear thinking.... more
    Cries of Indignation, shock and Fear from Credit Card Land
    16 Jul 2011: Three readers coming from three quite different perspectives responded to my last column about repaying credit card debt. One slightly indignant reader always pays his credit card bills in full, another was shocked at what happened when he didn’t one month, and the third has run up a $7000 credit card debt.... more
    Wise up to clear credit card debt
    10 Jul 2011: While Kiwis’ attitudes towards consumer debt have become healthier in recent years, interest on credit cards is still costing some New Zealanders dearly. ... more
    The Investor: Have I Got a Deal for You?
    2 Jul 2011: Pssst, want a fantastic deal? I may be able to get you into an investment with returns of just under 20 per cent a year, every year, after fees and tax. And it’s risk-free...... more
    The Investor: Students Fail at Stock Picking, but Learn the Important Lesson
    18 Jun 2011: The students in a university financial literacy course that I teach are lousy at picking stocks. But that doesn’t matter. Hopefully in the course of the “Stock Picking Game” they learn plenty.... more
    The Investor: Winning the Kiwisaver Game Under the New Rules
    4 Jun 2011: As the dust settles on the government’s Budget announcements about KiwiSaver, how should the changes affect the way you play the KiwiSaver game?... more
    Getting Back in Balance
    21 May 2011: Investment markets have been particularly turbulent in recent years. Chances are, therefore, that your spread of investments – over property, shares, bonds, term deposits and so on – has changed without your intending that to happen. ... more


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