Financial help and support for all New Zealanders

Step-by-step Love My Money Journeys

Ngā Hīkoi ā-Aratohu

We have a number of online Journeys to help with kiwis' most common financial goals and problems, including lifestyle changes. They can be saved, edited, customised and completed at a time that suits you. They've been proven to help people get ahead financially and feel better about money!

Love My Money Journeys

Get an overview of the Love My Money Journeys

My budget

Taku Tahua

Saving up for spending

Te penapena hei whakapau

Get on top of short-term debt

Whakahaeretia ngā nama wā poto

Prepare for financial shocks

Noho takatū mō Ngā Raruraru ā-Pūtea

What I'm worth

Taku wāriu

Life Happens … and We Are Here to Help!

Ka pā mai ngā āhuatanga... kei konei mātou ki te āwhina

Significant life events nearly always have a financial impact. You don’t want unnecessary stress and worry about money getting in the way or making it harder than it needs to be.

We’ve picked out four common life events and provide you with useful information and tools for each of them. You’ll feel so much better if you’re clear about where you’re at and prepared financially for what’s ahead.

Buying my first home

Kei te hoko ahau i taku kāinga tuatahi

Having a baby

Kei te whiwhi pēpi koe

Home renovation

Whakahōu i te whare

Relationship breakdown

Kua raruraru tō hononga

Don't know where to start?

Kāore koe i te mōhio me tīmata ki hea?

Learn your Money Profile and see which Journey to start with!

As seen on The AM Show

Love My Money CEO, Tracey Hunter will be sharing tips to financial success. Keep an eye out for fortnightly updates!


What the Official Cash Rate Means for You

The Official Cash Rate can impact your financial future more than you think.

When Should You Borrow Money?

When does borrowing money become the right decision?

How to Change your Budgeting Mindset

Create a budget that pays the bills and still allows you to have fun!

For employers

Mā ngā kaituku mahi

Learn how supporting employee financial wellbeing pays off with Love My Money.

Love My Money is owned and managed by kiwis, for kiwis

All Love My Money staff live in New Zealand and come from all walks of life. Founded in 2008, the company co-founders are currently the CEO and development leaders and are based in Auckland and Christchurch.