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Money Bites Webinar Series

FREE money lessons just for teachers!

As valued members of the Sorted community we are offering all Te whai hua – kia ora, Sorted in Schools teachers and kaiako exclusive access to attend a series of free Money Bites webinars to help expand your knowledge and improve your own personal finances.

Register for one webinar or the entire series – it’s up to you.


About the webinars

Money Mind

22 February 2022, 4pm

Use awareness of your money mind when making financial decisions.

  1. Financial past and future
  2. Money beliefs
  3. Financial decision making
  4. Setting goals


5 April 2022, 4pm

Develop a budget based on goals and spending habit insights.

  1. Spending trackers
  2. Money systems
  3. Spending plans
  4. Staying on track

KiwiSaver & Retirement

17 May 2022, 4pm

Set up or maximise existing retirement savings strategies to suit your situation.

  1. Retirement goals
  2. KiwiSaver calculator
  3. Retirement planner


21 June 2022, 4pm

Use Sorted debt tools to understand the true cost of debt.

  1. Debt attitudes
  2. Strategies to pay off debt
  3. Productive vs. unproductive debt


2 August 2022, 4pm

Review options for protecting our people, our money and our stuff.

  1. Emergency funds
  2. Insurance
  3. Wills
  4. Power of Attorney

Intro to investing

20 September 2022, 4pm

Develop a saving and investing strategy to suit your life and goals.

  1. Compound interest
  2. Types of investments
  3. What’s the risk?
  4. Grow your money

Frauds & Scams

1 November 2022, 4pm

Understand the prevalence and risks around frauds and scams.

  1. Scammer’s tactics
  2. Common scams
  3. Where to get help

Your presenter

Unicia Veer works as an *independent facilitator for Te Ara Ahunga Ora. As a Chartered Accountant who, having trained as an auditor, she now works primarily in personal finance as a Sorted facilitator and has been involved with local community financial education since 2010. Her career objective is to use her skill set outside of the expected norm to see not just a financially literate community, but a financially capable community. Unicia was recently featured as the co-host of TV1's special 'My Money: What Now?' that sought to bust a number of financial myths triggered by COVID-19. 

*Please note: All our affiliated facilitators are impartial in keeping with our Sorted kaupapa. They:

  • Do not give financial advice
  • Do not endorse or dismiss any specific products, services or beliefs
  • Do not offer to make specific referrals to product or service providers, financial or otherwise
  • Come from a variety of personal, professional and cultural backgrounds.

Register for Money Bites

Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.

Hāpaitia te ara tika, pūmau ai te rangatiratanga mo ngā uri whakatipu.

Medium Education

Written in English with resources aligned to the New Zealand Curriculum.

Medium Education

Written in te reo Māori with resources aligned to Te Marautanga o Te Aho Matua and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa.

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