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Learning from Johnny Depp

The 1980s television series “21 Jump Street” launched Johnny Depp’s acting career; “Edward Scissorhands,” director Tim Burton’s dark Gothic fairy

If you’re wondering why you’ve lost friends in adulthood, this is probably why

What a lot of people don’t appear to understand is that the single easiest way to make friends is to

You have to stop cancelling and rescheduling things. Really.

A friend recently returned to his parked car to find it had been sideswiped. Now, every time he calls the

Wine Lovers Guide To Investing

Savouring a vintage wine is one of life’s great pleasures. But often overlooked in the joy of consumption is the

7 Keys to a successful transition to retirement

1. Have a positive attitude towards your future If you have the ability to ‘roll with the punches’, you will

So why do I need Enduring Powers of Attorney?

Many New Zealanders don’t have a Will in place, and of those that do, we find fewer have established Enduring

Extreme Competition in Tauranga

When G3 launched in 2009 we aimed to do it with a bit of a splash and so of course

What are you planning for?

And the winner is … who? Marc Lore was a successful businessman and entrepreneur by pretty much any standard.  He

Always look at the bright side of life

If your view of the world was based entirely on the front pages of the nation’s newspapers and the content

Market Volatility in the headlines

  ‘How the financial wobble will hit your back pocket’ ‘Volatility now the new norm’ ‘Keep calm and enjoy the

Control what you can and not what you can’t

So the decision has been made and we have a new Prime Minister eager to form our government for the

Is ACC enough?

We are all aware that if we break a leg, fall off a ladder or slip with the kitchen scissors,

The Seven Virtues of Process

‘How’ relates to process. It’s not just what you invest in, but the approach you take to investing. This means

Have you left a bequest when you die?

Whilst we would like to ensure our families are looked after when we pass on, we want to help spark

10 Tips for empowering children to be money smart

Encourage your children to work for their pocket money. When they are old enough, possibly around fourteen, encourage them to