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Moneymax was established by Liz Koh, a leading financial planner, to provide wealth creation, wealth management and wealth protection advice so that you can achieve the things in life that are important to you.

Liz Koh

Liz established her financial planning company—Moneymax—in 1999, after a successful career in management. Her practical, common-sense advice has led to a flourishing business and many referrals from her growing list of clients. She is in demand from newspapers, magazines and websites, and has published a best selling book—Your Money Personality: Unlock the Secret to a Rich and Happy Life, Awa Press, 2008.

 

After working with hundreds of clients at all stages of life, from young single people to retired couples, Liz is convinced that the first step to good money management, successful investment and wealth creation is to understand your hidden attitudes to money, and where they came from.

 

Liz has a Master’s degree in Economics, a BCA in Accountancy and a Graduate Diploma in Personal Financial Planning. She is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP), Authorised Financial Adviser (AFA) and Chartered Accountant (CA)

 

She is a member of the Institute of Financial Advisers (IFA), the Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) and the Institute of Directors (IoD).

 

A keen property investor, she belongs to the Capital Property Investors’ Association. She is a volunteer mentor with Business Mentors New Zealand and a member of Kapiti Rotary Club. A disclosure statement for Liz Koh is available on request free of charge.

 

Liz is widely regarded as an international authority on personal finance. Her articles appear in many newspapers and websites around the world.

 

 

Liz Koh Interviewed

Expert Interview with Liz Koh About Maintaining Financial Stability for Mint >>click here<<<

 

 

Latest News

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    A recent survey done by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) for Money Week shows that we still have a lot to learn about KiwiSaver. Around 17% of people who took the survey didn’t appear to understand that funds with a higher exposure to property and shares have more ups and downs that cash and…

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    There is no question that it is hard to save – and harder for some people than for others. While it might be prudent to save 10% of your income towards your retirement, not everyone has an income high enough to do this. A focus on saving often results in feelings of guilt, failure and […]…

  • The New Retirement

    Retirement is one of those words that is becoming less relevant over time and let’s hope it disappears from our vocabulary some time soon. These days, it is unusual for people to be working full time one day and not at all from the next day forward. It is much more common for people to […]…

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