Michelle found herself looking around at the stuff that her and her husband had amassed over a 20-year period and wondered how on earth they were going pack up their lives and start fresh in New Zealand.
Saving for the long term – whether for retirement, your first house, your kids’ education or perhaps that dream boat – is a process that takes some degree of patience. A lot of your time and effort is spent earning those savings.
Sadly the ball didn’t quite land the right way for us in the Rugby World Cup with the All Blacks tumbling out of the comp in the Semis. But feel rest assured that rugby is not the only place where Kiwis are able to compete on the world stage.
One of the biggest causes of stress in relationships is money. Especially if you have different attitudes towards money and spending.
We chat with two of our Booster team members to find out how they talk about money with their partners and how it shapes their relationship.
David Beattie explains how knowledge is power and why online tools like Mindful Money help Kiwis to connect with where their money is being invested, so they can make better, more informed choices about how and why they should invest responsibly.