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First job, first KiwiSaver, first car? Check out our financial education articles that may help you with the milestones you'll face over the next few years.
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It’s easy and fun, but using your debit card online can also be an expensive trap. Here are a few things to look out for before you hit ‘buy now’.
Congrats on your first job! Along with remembering your workmates’ names, you’ll also need to wrap your head around stuff like KiwiSaver. Luckily, we’ve done some of the thinking for you.
If your first reaction to that headline is ‘confusing and boring’, we hear you. But burying your head in the sand on this topic could cost you, so we’ll keep it simple, promise.
If you’re a teenager and you’re reading this, we applaud you. Clearly you’re switched on enough to know that getting into a savings habit now could help get you the things you want in life.
What is debt? It’s not a silly question. For example, did you know there’s such a thing as ‘good debt’ versus ‘bad debt’? Allow us to explain.
Doing right by the environment shouldn’t have to cost you more. We’ll show you some ways you can make affordable, sustainable choices.
Buy now, pay later schemes mean you can purchase something now, then pay for it over time, often with no interest or fees. What’s not to love? Well, a couple of things actually.
We’re committed to keeping your family’s banking safe. By working together, we can keep you even safer. Find out what you should do to bank safely.