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Who can you buy your first home with?
  Unless you have a high personal income or a large deposit saved up, buying your first home can be tricky. To open up your options, you could consider involving other people in your home purchase. Buying with someone else lowers the cost and allows you the chance to hop on the property ladder....
  Unless you have a high personal income or a large deposit saved up, buying...
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KiwiSaver – What exactly is a PIR?
  If you’re enrolled in KiwiSaver, you’ll need to make sure your PIR is correct. But what exactly is a PIR? And how does it affect you? A PIR, or Prescribed Investor Rate, is...
  If you’re enrolled in KiwiSaver, you’ll need to make sure your PIR is correct. But what exactly is a PIR? And how does it affect you? A PIR,...
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A checklist for new business owners
  If you’re starting a new business, there are a few financial and legal obligations for you to know. We’ve put together a checklist for new business owners containing the things you need to...
  If you’re starting a new business, there are a few financial and legal obligations for you to know. We’ve put together a checklist for new business owners containing...
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Life insurance and health insurance – what’s the difference?
  You might have your house, car and contents insurance sorted, but when it comes to insuring yourself, it might all seem a bit too complicated. There are many different types of personal insurance,...
  You might have your house, car and contents insurance sorted, but when it comes to insuring yourself, it might all seem a bit too complicated. There are many...
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How to get on top of your short term debt
  If you are saving for a deposit to buy your first home, tackling your debt is crucial before you start applying for a mortgage. This is because banks and lenders want to be...
  If you are saving for a deposit to buy your first home, tackling your debt is crucial before you start applying for a mortgage. This is because banks...
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KiwiSaver Do’s and Don’ts
  We’ve been through a few ups and downs as a country recently, and so have our KiwiSaver funds. It can be tempting to switch fund types, decrease your contribution rate, or stop contributing...
  We’ve been through a few ups and downs as a country recently, and so have our KiwiSaver funds. It can be tempting to switch fund types, decrease your...
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Why now is the best time to have a financial review
  Regardless of which Alert Level you’re currently at, you might be thinking about how your finances have fared over the past year. Whether you’ve been working from home, or you’re now unfortunately unemployed,...
  Regardless of which Alert Level you’re currently at, you might be thinking about how your finances have fared over the past year. Whether you’ve been working from home,...
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KiwiSaver – What exactly is a PIR?
  If you’re enrolled in KiwiSaver, you’ll need to make sure your PIR is correct. But what exactly is a PIR? And how does...
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A checklist for new business owners
  If you’re starting a new business, there are a few financial and legal obligations for you to know. We’ve put together a checklist...
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Life insurance and health insurance – what’s the difference?
  You might have your house, car and contents insurance sorted, but when it comes to insuring yourself, it might all seem a bit...
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email
How to get on top of your short term debt
  If you are saving for a deposit to buy your first home, tackling your debt is crucial before you start applying for a...
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KiwiSaver Do’s and Don’ts
  We’ve been through a few ups and downs as a country recently, and so have our KiwiSaver funds. It can be tempting to...
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email
Why now is the best time to have a financial review
  Regardless of which Alert Level you’re currently at, you might be thinking about how your finances have fared over the past year. Whether...