This winter, JUNO’s theme is financial life cycles. In this issue, you’ll find tips for smart investments at any age, and in-depth articles on how much it’s likely to cost you when you have kids, or when you retire. Whatever age and stage you are at, this issue will give you guidance on navigating your way through your own financial journey and investment choice.
From the child given his first pocket money, to the busy mum and dad, or the globe-trotting retiree, there are sensible financial steps that advisers recommend you take. Editor Brenda Ward talks to the experts to find out what you and your family should be doing, from ages 0-18, 18-35, 35-55, and 55+.
By the time your children leave home, they need to be equipped with the financial skills to live independently and successfully. What do young adults need to learn, and how can you support your children’s financial capability? asks Kendall Flutey.
NEW LEASES ON LIFE
Investing in offices, shops, and factories is not at the top of everyone’s list, says CBRE’s Brett Whalley – and that’s a good thing. It means there are good finds and great returns to be made in the ever-growing commercial market.
EU on a Tightrope
After the relief of the recent election result in France, which saw political youngster Emmanuel Macron voted in as president, Europe braces itself for the German federal elections in September. Mark Devcich looks at the political movements that are worrying the financial markets.
A Recipe for Success
Akarua Wines & Kitchen by Artisan
Two high-end companies are serving fine New Zealand cuisine and wine at this new Central Otago restaurant, says Jacqueline Taylor.