Explain why borrowing can be risky if your circumstances change.
Compare a range of interest rates from a range of different lenders.
Explain the difference between “good” debt and “bad” debt
Evaluate how good debt can contribute to your financial identity.
Read Managing Debt: Is credit the way to go? and evaluate payment plans for managing debt on a credit card. Analyse the differences between payment arrangements Jill can make to manage her debt.
Select and apply money management tools to manage your money (ie: formalised budget).
On Decide what to save for – How, when, and how much?, go to “Your turn to explore setting goals and making a budget”.
Create a plan to manage money for an event such a family gathering.
Evaluate this plan.
Create a budget for your identified short-, medium-, and/or long-term goals. Describe how you are going to budget from your income and/or savings. Make sure you show your calculations and communicate the logic behind your problem solving.
List common sources of income in retirement/whakatā.
List the financial needs of someone your age and a retiree.
Describe the different types of funds provided through KiwiSaver.
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