She wrote: "It’s got sound advice on how to shrink debt, save for retirement and deal with unexpected changes. It’s also got sections specifically for groups like under 25s and over 60s, featuring financial tips for big changes in life.
I love the way it communicates clearly – yet in a personable tone which is easy to relate to. I find it a trust-worthy source of information – yet it’s not dry and overwhelming.
Best of all – it’s independent of any banks. Let’s admit it – a traditional bank isn’t going to give you impartial financial advice if it’s in conflict with their growth agenda."
I went and checked the website and agreed that it looked really accessible and I wished I was living in New Zealand. It does have a good balance between a lot of useful information but not too much of it. I could not find the sections for specific age groups but I think that the different topics provide better lenses than simply age.
I liked their money personality quiz. I did it and I thought it had some useful insights and tips.