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Questions about Retirement
Questions about KiwiSaver
Cash flow is the key component to developing an investment strategy that will fund your ongoing...
You need to have a plan. This is an important part of predicting what you will require to fund...
This is the most difficult part for most retirees and really is a matter for professional...
One of the biggest risks that people face when trying to protect their wealth is inflation. Most...
With limited working years left until the beginning of your retirement, making the most of your...
Death is a fact of life, if you were to pass away today would your family know what your wishes are...
Most people under 65 years of age should be enrolled with KiwiSaver. The benefits are significant...
Many firms in New Zealand offer a super scheme that you can be a part of. If your employer does and...
Sometimes life throws us a curve ball that we have to deal with. That curve ball could be anything...
The answer to accumulating enough capital in order to achieve short, medium or long term goals is...
The key to the achievement of your long term goals and objectives is first and foremost getting...
The Understand website is designed to start you thinking about why and how you might go about planning for your future. This site is designed to answer some burning questions you may have and give you a guide into the world of financial planning. Only a personal financial plan will address your issues and help achieve your goals.
Talk to an NZFP Authorised Financial Adviser
At NZFP all our advisers are qualified Authorised Financial Advisers.
For over 20 years New Zealand Financial Planning (NZFP) has been helping New Zealanders create financial independence and manage their wealth to give them the freedom to enjoy life, now and in the future.
We are able to help most people - from an employee to a business owner; from someone in their 20's starting out, through to a couple starting to enjoy their retirement; from people without any savings at all, through to those managing and protecting significant wealth.
Get help from another qualified professional
In 2011 new legislation came into force which meant that all financial advisers had to become qualified to offer advice to the public. All financial advisers now have a legal requirement to act with care, diligence and skill. They must also put your needs first and not mislead you.
Click on the link below for information on financial planning and advisers.
Do it Yourself
You may wish to continue searching for information and developing your own plan for the future we have listed a few websites that you might find helpful.