Life Happens

If you were ill and couldn’t work for months, would you have enough money saved to pay your bills?

If you’re injured because of an accident you may be covered by ACC, but will it be enough? How do you avoid struggling financially?

Just because you’re offered credit or a loan, doesn’t always mean it’s a good idea. We share a true story…

Avoid unnecessary debt by understanding the different types of financial shocks.

The ‘honeymoon’ stage feels so good. However, at some point, you will need to talk about your finances with your partner so both of you can live happily ever after.

January can be a scary time of the year because of all the bills that tend to come up.

Every new year, one of the big questions that come up for most of us is how to be better with money.

As we start easing in back into routines while the new year rolls along, below are a couple of things to keep in mind whether you are a renter, landlord, first home buyer, or property investor.

As 2018 draws to an end it’s a good time to think about what happened during the year with a view of making improvements.

Summer is on its way and we’re all looking forward to the warmth of the sun, enjoying the outdoors, and a BBQ or two with loved ones.