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Money is Cheap… what does this mean for borrowers? | Ep. 158

Oct 28, 2020

With the market running hot and people borrowing money, BTF discuss what this means for borrowers. An extra $200k of lending is only costing $5,000 per year in interest. These low rates and cheap money are why people are so hungry to buy.

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The Gender Pay Gap | S3 EP. 30

The gender pay gap in NZ in 2022 is 9.1%. Kayne, Isa, and our resident financial adviser Lisa Barton all have daughters, so this topic is close to our hearts. Working in finance, we see this every day, and transparency between genders, races, religions, or sexualities and a societal shift necessary is the way forward to remove this.

Money Health, Mental Health, and Booze | S3 EP. 28

Our binge drinking culture in New Zealand is pretty terrible, alongside our  stats of mental health and money health. Isa, Kayne, and Sanj chat through these huge topics: how to manage all three, their personal opinions and experiences, and the connection between money, mental health, and booze.