The most common reason people are scared of flying
Port Nelson welcomes its biggest vessel
Dramatic black sand beaches of Auckland’s west coast
10 diseases and medical conditions that are hereditary
This is the diet recommended for older people
Woman with superbug faces losing her leg
Food & Wine
Home & Garden
Family & Pets
Beauty & Style
7 timeless items of clothing every woman should own
15 quotes that prove grandparents are the best
Butternut and miso turnovers
Money & Banking
What does financial freedom really mean?
Why you need to beware of fake online stores
The staggering amount you can save by skipping that morning coffee
Prince Charles called Camilla on the night of Princess Di’s death
The incredible women behind history’s greatest authors
Star Wars characters sing Smash Mouth’s “All Star”
It’s time to talk to about your legacy
Tennis champ Boris Becker declared bankrupt
Trust funds can work but you must be wary
Seinfeld’s “Soup Nazi” files for bankruptcy
When grandparents are asked to raise grandchildren
An increasing number of grandparents are asked to raise grandchildren when a family breaks down. Here are some of the issues you must be aware of.
How to put a financial windfall to good use
Receiving a financial windfall can leave most of us in a pickle on what to do with the money.
Gordon Ramsay’s father-in-law jailed for hacking into the chef’s emails
Canine criminal mastermind pulls off diabolical robbery
Why older people don’t complain about being abused
Jim Carrey to face trial
The major mistakes we make in estate planning
Financial advisor Tim Fairbrother takes us through the major mistakes we make in estate planning, and some tips to avoid these common pitfalls.
“Hospital parking fees have gone too far”
How many times have you visited a hospital, only to blow a gasket when confronted with exorbitant fees?
Is it time to redefine what it means to be “old”?
Battle of wills is costly and rarely delivers
Golden rules for lending money to friends and family
The dangers of a DIY will
Managing money matters of someone with dementia
We’ve outlined four of the main concerns for carers managing the money matters of dementia sufferers to prepare yourself should the unthinkable happen.
How to protect yourself (or someone else) from elder abuse
Cases of psychological and financial abuse of elderly people are increasing and going undetected. Here’s how to recognise the warning signs to seek help.
Do you need a financial advisor?
How much money you should leave your children
8 ways to talk to your family about money
How long you should keep old paperwork
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