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Be SMART with your money

15 Sep 2016

We all have varying skill levels and knowledge in regards to finance. The sorted website www.sorted.org.nz says learning to be a regular saver is a giant leap towards having enough money for the things we want.

What does Sorted suggest we do?

  • Firstly, work out some savings goals – whether it’s buying a house or going on holiday
  • Secondly, start saving now –the sooner we start, the sooner we’ll get there, and
  • Thirdly, have a clear plan to keep your savings on track

The Police and Families Credit Union supports people increasing their financial capability and being regular savers. Our Credit Union has practical financial capability tips and tools at www.policecu.org.nz, under the Blue Trust tab. Check our Be SMART section which provides tips, information and practical financial help to Police and their families.

Be SMART stands for:

S: Savings Tips

M: Money Penny

A: Assessment Calculators 

R: Responsible Money Tips

T: Tips for Life Events

So Be SMART with your money and start saving today to achieve the things you want!

Talk soon . . .

Money Penny