Articles by The Professional Trustee Team
Many New Zealanders still retain memories of Black Tuesday – the day the share market collapsed in 1987. The crash began in Hong Kong, spread to Europe, moved into the United States and then headed Australia and New Zealand's way. By the end of Tuesday..Read Article
Below are my final seven financial tips. 8. Staying On Top Of The IRD This is my 29th year in business. Over that time, I've met many people and dealt with a myriad of issues. Here's one thing that's common amongst them all – no..Read Article
SINGLE AT 35 Frequently, from the age of 25 through to 35 our earning capacities increase. Regrettably, so do our expenditures unless we keep a tight hold of the drawstrings of our purses. One thing that can contain our spending is the focusing on..Read Article
Irrespective of whether we love or hate the green stuff or fear or revere the gold, the cold hard fact of the folding, is money rules our everyday lives to a significant extent. Sure it can't make you happy and it can't buy you love...Read Article
Today I talk about the your money outcomes and how to change our thoughts. How we think about money and what drives your thinking about money is determined by a number of factors, like your up bringing or your culture. See more in my blog...Read Article
GOOD INTENTIONS For many of us, each New Year starts off with good intentions. We make New Year Resolutions and expand great energy in the first couple of weeks achieving our goals. Around February or March, our motivational levels dwindle and our every day lives..Read Article
Should I rent or Buy? One of our client recently asked me if they should be renting or striving to buy a home. They weren't too sure if buying a house was such a smart way of increasing their wealth given the recent state of..Read Article
Although I have not read the book cover to cover as of yet, Matt’s new book is absolute ‘top shelf’ material which without hesitation I would arguably put ahead of a few other well known authors that I have held in high regard for many years due to the fact of not finding anyone to surpass them – now I have. The book shows thorough research on a range of topics with clear concise kiwi examples. The books title does not do it justice – heres hoping a ‘property 201’ book is in the pipeline… - Bernard - October 2015
If you're investing in residential property, seeking to maximise your ability to succeed and minimise risk, then this is a 'must read'.
Matthew Gilligan provides a fresh look at residential property investment from an experienced investor’s viewpoint. Written in easy to understand language and including many case studies, Matthew explains the ins and outs of successful property investment.