Pets are valued members of our family. But they get sick too and can cost us a lot of money. It’s important to know what you’re getting into. As you plan for your money, try to include everything it will take for your furry family to be a happy one.
You are responsible for calculating the cost of replacing your home and choosing the correct insurance cover. So how do you figure that cost out?
10 reasons why it’s a good idea to have some money set aside.
Linking risks with goals is important. Whenever we set a goal, there is always the risk that we might not reach it for some reason or another – the trick is to do what we can to limit risks as much as possible.
Life insurance payments can be “level” (pay the same amount every year for life) or “stepped” (pay a small amount the first year but pay a bit more every following year). Which is better?
Sometimes you just need to stand up for yourself. You know, fight for your rights and all that. It’s your money so, before you hand it over, there are a few key things that you’re entitled to and can demand from licensed providers.
We get a flu jab to keep us healthy in winter. We also need to keep our finances healthy. There are some solutions to help you do this.
Life comes with risks, and each of these needs to be identified and planned for. Protect the things that are important, and that you cannot afford to replace.
When you’re travelling, there are so many unknown events that might occur. All you need is one volcano somewhere to start spewing ash to radically change your flight plans. You don’t want to cut your travel plans short because you’re faced with a huge bill.
Residue. This is the term lawyers use for anything that we’re leaving behind and need to give special instructions for. Who’s getting your residue?
Less than half of adults in NZ have a will, which means some of us could be leaving our families in a huge mess when we pass away. So how do you get started, and what exactly are you entitled to?
Wills are perhaps one of the easiest things to put off. Yet they are also one of the easiest things to put in place. What might happen if you don’t have one?
Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
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