Smart Money

Smart Money

Looking to make sense of your dollars? Newstalk ZB’s Smart Money delves into the deep, dark recesses of unwanted debt, traverses the highs and lows of investments and helps to ensure you money works for you. Our industry experts give us their top tips on a wide selection of topics including mortgage rates, stock, savings, goal-setting and retirement.

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May 15, 2022 37 min
Infometrics principal economist and director Brad Olsen joins the Smart Money hour to discuss whether financial advisors are just for rich people and budgeting services. Plus we talk expectations for the upcoming Budget, how the economy is looking and whether a recession is on the cards.
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Financial commentator Amanda Morrall joins the Smart Money hour to chat about how to get financially fit during these tough times, avoiding the pitfalls of credit cards, and how to be thrifty. Plus, we talk about whether the Countdown price freeze is really saving us money, or just showing how high their prices were to begin with. 
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Malcolm Knight, director of Advice Knight, joins the Weekend Collective to discuss proactive mortgage rates, 4 day working week, and whether unlimited annual leave is worth it. 
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Financial advisor Carissa Fairbrother joins The Weekend Collective to discuss what the government can do to combat inflation of 6.9%.
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Employment law expert Max Whitehead joins the Weekend Collective to discuss whether you can cut and run on your new job - or do you stick it out? Also, what rights do you have as a casual employee? 
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Fixed income and currency strategist for Harbour Asset Management Hamish Pepper joins the Weekend Collective to discuss when inflation will peak (could it be this year?). 
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Financial advisor Martin Hawes joins the Weekend Collective on whether the new increases to benefits will really help kiwi families, and can you really make money from a side-hustle?
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Finance specialist Amanda Morrall joins the Weekend Collective to discuss how affordable is it to shop ethically, avoiding scams, and GST on fruits and veges. 
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Managing Director of Harbour Asset Management Andrew Bascand joins the Weekend Collective to discuss if EVs are the way of the future, and were things easier in the 1970s? 
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March 13, 2022 38 min
Employment law expert Max Whitehead joins us to discuss what your rights are as an employee, and the best sorts of people to use as referees. 
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Hannah McQueen, Enable Me, joined The Weekend Collective on what to do with your inheritance and splitting financial duties with your partner. 
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Malcolm Knight, is a financial adviser and the Director of Advice Knight. He joins Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge for Smart Money on The Weekend Collective to talk about how Russia attacking Ukraine affects stock markets and economies.
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Chris Di Leva is a portfolio manager and multi-asset specialist at Habour Asset Management. He joins Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge for Smart Money on The Weekend Collective to chat about what has driven market volatility this year.
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Martin Hawes is a financial author and joins Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge for Smart Money on The Weekend Collective, to chat about whether KiwiSaver is the right place for spare cash.
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Max Whitehead is an employment law expert, CEO of Small Business Voice and Managing Director of Whitehead Group. He joined Tim Roxborogh and Tim Beveridge on The Weekend Collective to discuss the traps to avoid when signing employment contracts.
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January 30, 2022 36 min
Hamish Pepper of Harbour Asset Management talks to Tim Roxborogh and Roman Travers aboutwhat the skyrocketing inflation rate means for you.
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Financial Journalist Amanda Morrall joined The Weekend Collective live from Canada to discuss how to navigate money and dating.
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Hannah McQueen joins the show to discuss how to plan for the next year financially
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December 12, 2021 39 min
Shane Solly from Harbour Asset Management joins the show to discuss the year of 2021 in the financial world
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Financial Commentator Amanda Morrall joins the show to talk finances and travel insurance
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