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For many people financial matters can be boring or confusing. But with a little effort everyone can become more financially confident. Whether we like it or not, our emotional well-being is affected by our daily cashflow, so getting on top of our financial situation is very important.  Once you have your cashflow under control you will be able to divert money into investments, and the fun really begins.

Here are some websites that you may find helpful or interesting:

This award winning site is run by the Commission for Financial Capability and is aimed at all New Zealanders. It has a wealth of information for everyone from students to retirees. This is an excellent place to start planning your financial freedom.

Ways to Invest
Part of the Financial Markets Authority website which aims to provide useful advice to investors including what to look for in a financial adviser and how the law helps investors in New Zealand.
NZ Stock Exchange
This is the market place for buying and selling shares and fixed interest securities. Share prices and volumes are updated throughout the day.   It also has a helpful education section.
Reserve Bank   
If you are interested in monetary policy for example interest rates, this is the horse’s mouth so to speak.

Articles by financial journalist Diana Clement. Diana writes astute articles on personal finance.  Here are two excellent articles written in 2012 but still relevant today:
'Twenty ways to blow retirement savings'
'Don't allow death to take you by surprise'

Do you have your own favourite?  Send us the link to add to our list.