Every small business needs some sort of contingency in place and a small farm is no different. Farms can be affected by climate, visiting customer numbers, trends or animal and crop disease. Below we shall take a look at some of the areas that you Read More …
Already under pressure from reputational challenges, New Zealand’s human financial advisor workforce will now have to go head to head with computer-generated advice.
Thursday’s Budget and its massive commitment to rebuilding public services was just the opening act of a six-year plan to rebuild the public sector, Finance Minister Grant Robertson says.
Insurers are under pressure to change the soft incentives they offer externally employed financial advisers after a report on the industry revealed nine health and life insurers spent $34 million on them in two years.
Today marks the day that New Zealanders have paid their tax bills for the year, and start earning for themselves. Accounting and business advisory firm Staples Rodway calculates New Zealand’s “Tax Freedom Day” each year.
Monkey see, monkey do. When parents behave badly with their finances, children learn by watching their parents and experimenting, not listening to hypocritical lectures.
Being in your 20’s and 30’s is an exciting time in your life. It is when you begin to build the life that you want and a time when you are probably still on the lookout for new experiences which will teach you more about Read More …
David Hargreaves says the tweaks the National Government made to immigration settings towards the end of its tenure have turned the migration tide
An insurance market expert who has led big-name financial services providers on both sides of the Tasman says an inquiry is needed into behaviour of the banking and financial advice sector in New Zealand.
As wild weather continues, Insurance & Financial Services Ombudsman (IFSO), Karen Stevens, suggests people take preventative measures at home and on the roads, photograph any damage, and contact their insurers before they clean up.