MoMoney – real money skills

Mo Money courses can help you change your money habits by learning new and practical skills with their online courses.

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Sorted – your independent money guide

Sorted breaks down the debt process into 3 easy steps – Think, Shrink and Grow.

Think is all about planning ahead – it’s a great first step towards getting sorted. This includes a money planner, event planner, net worth calculator, goals worksheet, a quiz and a money personality profiler. Shrink is about getting out of debt as fast as you can. This includes a debt calculator, mortgage repayment calculator, mortgage manager and information on types of loans. Grow is a about how regular saving adds up over time.

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Christians Against Poverty (CAP)

Provides holistic debt help – not just for Christians, but for anyone – in partnership with 35 churches around NZ.

Assistance includes a free, one-of-a-kind debt counselling service and the CAP Money Course – teaching people budgeting skills and a simple, cash-based system. CAP has professionally trained creditor liaison officers who will negotiate on your behalf, offering creditors repayments based on what you can afford. CAP’s services are completely free of charge because CAP is a charity and receives donations from many churches and individuals who want to help people in debt.

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Citizens Advice Bureau

The Citizens Advice Bureau can help you find a budgeting service that suits your situation, and offers a free budget advisory service in some centres.

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