The Christmas holidays are a time to spend with family and friends, making memories that will last a lifetime. But while there is plenty of joy to be had during this special time of year, it can also be expensive. To ensure that your holiday season isn’t too hard on your wallet, read on for our top 11 money saving tips to keep in mind when you’re taking some time off.
Teaching your children money management skills can help them prepare for future financial challenges as they become independent adults in New Zealand. You should start teaching them from an early age to ensure they can recognise different amounts of money and count it accurately. And as your children get older, giving them pocket money and taking trips to the shops or bank can teach them how to save for the short and long-term, as well as how to spend their money wisely.
Teaching your children how to budget, spend, and save will create good money habits for life. So without further ado, here are 10 tips for teaching your children about money management.
Having your car break down in New Zealand can be a nightmare situation. Our cities are built without sufficient public transport. Your transmission might fail, or your brakes might need emergency repairs so that the car is functional and safe to drive again. Getting your car fixed can be a stressful experience, and to make things worse, it can be hard to tell between a ‘something that can wait’ issue and an imminent disaster. We’ve put together a guide to help you decipher between these two issues, and to help you figure out what to do when your car needs repairing in New Zealand. Admiral Finance offers car breakdown loans. Just reach out and we can assist.