Nine To Noon: Money expert Liz Koh
July 12, 2022
When two people get together, they often have very different attitudes to money, Koh tells Kathryn Ryan.
“Your partner doesn’t necessarily think about money in the same way that you do.
“There’s different things that have shaped your partner’s views about money, simple things like spending versus saving, or how much risk you take, or what your money priorities are, how much you are willing to be generous and give to other people or not.”
For advice on starting a healthy conversation about money, she recommends this free online toolkit produced specifically for New Zealanders by AUT and the charity Good Shepherd NZ.
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