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    Think Before Switching You Whole Mortgage To A Floating Rate
     10 May 2011
    In a dramatic change over the last couple of years, everyone’s moving to floating-rate mortgages. Is this a good idea?
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    Ways to prepare for the unexpected
    7 May 2011: Life is full of events we plan for and look forward to, like leaving home, starting work or getting married. But sometimes events happen that can’t be predicted and may not be so welcome – like changes to your health, wealth or working conditions. ... more
    Savings Growth is Far from Over at 65
    22 Apr 2011: I’m a bit hesitant to pass on this information, for fear that some readers might get the wrong message. But here goes. Just promise me you’ll read past the first half dozen paragraphs, okay?... more
    The Investor: How not to be Ripped Off
    9 Apr 2011: There’s no denying that some fraudsters are clever. Bernie Madoff - the American now serving 150 years in prison for probably the biggest rip-off of all time - didn’t promise investors 20 or 30 per cent returns, which would have looked highly suspicious. Instead, it was a steady return of around 10.5 per cent a year. ... more
    Time for a financial progress check
    30 Mar 2011: March 31 not only brings the end of the financial year, it also draws the first quarter of 2011 to a close, making it a great time to look at how your financial goals are tracking. ... more
    When Small is not Beautiful
    12 Mar 2011: This goes against the grain, given that I think direct shareholders should own a wide range of shares. But there’s such a thing as too small a shareholding.... more
    So Much For The “Can’t Afford To Save” Excuse
    12 Feb 2011: Practically all New Zealanders can save. If they want to. In the wake of the release of the Savings Working Group (SWG) report on February 1, various people have been saying that many New Zealanders just can’t afford to save. I don’t buy it – or should I say save it. ... more
    Studying up on NZ Super
    10 Feb 2011: Many Kiwis look forward to the freedom that comes with retirement, but most of us don’t know how much we need to save to enjoy the kind of retirement lifestyle we want.... more
    The Investor: Turning Interest Into Your Friend
    29 Jan 2011: New Zealanders are, apparently, a fairly satisfied bunch – except when it comes to our financial situation. But maybe that’s not such a bad thing.... more
    Managing the back-to-school bills
    10 Jan 2011: The kids are back-to-school and along with new friends, teachers and experiences, also come back-to-school bills. ... more


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     Today's News

    Entertainment:
    President Joe Biden, Vin Diesel, Billie Eilish and Ed Sheeran will appear on 'The Late Late Show with James Corden' when it broadcasts from the UK next week 8:51

    Politics:
    Labour MP Paul Eagle will take leave without pay while campaigning to become Wellington's mayor 8:09

    Cricket:
    England has New Zealand firmly on the back foot with a day to play in the test cricket series at Headingley 7:59

    International:
    After Roe v Wade's fall, a Supreme Court justice indicates that same-sex marriage and contraception could be next 7:59

    Environment:
    A set of stairs thrashed by waves in Dunedin, is remaining closed while they're fixed up 7:59

    Health & Safety:
    From tomorrow a second Covid-19 booster will be available for older Kiwis, and some other groups 7:49

    Business:
    More than a billion dollars is spent on takeaways and fast food each year in Auckland 7:29

    Living & Travel:
    Boeing 737 MAX mid-air emergencies revealed as US agency prepares to probe production issues 7:29

    Law and Order:
    Two men are due to appear in court today at opposite ends of the country over separate random alleged stabbings 7:19

    Accident and Emergency:
    The search for a swimmer missing in Tasman District's Maruia Falls is set to continue this week 6:39

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