News of the Money World
There’s no denying that the current economic times pose quite a few challenges. From higher mortgage rates to grocery price hikes, every facet of daily living seems to demand more from our pockets. But, as daunting as it may seem, there’s also an opportunity to use these circumstances as a catalyst for positive, long-lasting change.
Are you in your 20s or 30s and embarking on the path to financial independence? Then this quick guide is for you.
Deciding between paying the mortgage or building your retirement nest egg is tough. So, what do you prioritise and how?
As much as the 50-30-20 savings rule might seem simple, life is more complicated than that. Learn some tips to manage your savings, according to your own lifestyle.
A common rule of thumb says that you need to aim to replace between 70% and 100% of your weekly pre-retirement income. A more accurate assessment depends on whether you’re a homeowner or not, what’s on your ‘retirement wishlist’, and which sources of income you can rely on (including your KiwiSaver plan).
Building financial resilience in today's world is pretty crucial – for both your clients' financial health and emotional well-being.
Here for you to read are some key benefits that being resilient can bring into their lives.
As you go through life, your financial circumstances, needs and goals will change with you. And some behaviours can support you along this journey.
Often age is just a number, so we’ll talk about life stages instead.
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