Buying a house can be both one of the most exciting and biggest financial commitments you’re likely to make in life. I can refer you to professionals who can save you thousands in interest and fees over the term of your loan and reduce your home loan faster by helping you structure your morgate correctly.
In the event that something goes wrong you will need an income for yourself and your family to be secure. If you’ve worked hard for something, it is natural to want to protect it. Personal insurance is designed to protect what can be the most important parts of your life
Moving money overseas can be seen as a daunting subject, and many people would normally use their bank for these transfers by default, you may simply be unaware of the high fees and margins applied when making a transfer in this manner.
From the blog
More and more New Zealanders are looking for a taste of the good life overseas as they head out into the world seeking pastures new. However, if you’re planning to make the break, there’s one thing you need to think about more than anything else – how you’re going to transfer money from one country […]
The rush to invest in US property is reversing, with Australian and Canadian buyers starting to liquidate their assets and bring money back home. Meanwhile American and UK investors, buoyed by their strengthening currencies and economies, have Europe in their sights as they hunt for bargains overseas. Australia’s triple whammy In Australia, investors have enjoyed […]
Comparing exchange rates In most cases, non-bank providers offer significantly better exchange rates than the banks. There are some traps when comparing exchange rates that are outlined in the next section. The interbank rate is also known as the wholesale rate with the aim being to get as close to that rate as possible when […]
If a child, a spouse, a life partner, or a parent depends on you and your income, you need life insurance.
Suze OrmanAuthor, financial advisor, motivational speaker and TV host
Know what you own, and know why you own it.
Peter LynchBusinessman and stock investor
It’s not how much money you make, but how much money you keep, how hard it works for you, and how many generations you keep it for.