This always seems to be a topic that parents and grandparents tell us is useful. It can be difficult finding the time and the right way to go about having the money conversation with children where they will actually listen and take note, especially if we are talking with teenagers. Start early and make the discussions open, fun and encourage questions.Read More
Posted by The Financial Advice NZ Team | Nov 25, 2019
Does your stomach drop when you hear the word ‘budget’?
Strong financial management is a priceless life skill. But not everyone feels comfortable making decisions about money.
Many people avoid budgeting because they’d rather not have to think about where or how to spend their money.
Posted by The Financial Advice NZ Team | Sep 27, 2019
Are you living your dream life?
If not, it’s likely because you can’t afford to live the life you want.
The truth is, wishing for change won’t work. There is more to reaching and realising your financial goals than simply making resolutions for the same. Financial resilience and investments may help, but they’re not the first step.Read More
Posted by The Financial Advice NZ Team | Aug 5, 2019
The number one reason we make a will or ‘estate plan’ is to minimise emotional and financial hardship for the people we care about most. It’s imperative that you decide what happens to your children and/or assets now, rather than leave these decisions up to the courts after you’re gone.Read More
Posted by The Financial Advice NZ Team | Jul 17, 2019
If you passed away suddenly or suffered an illness or injury that prevented you from working, how would your family fare financially? Furthermore, how do you protect your family when you’re no longer there or unable to provide for them?Read More