In order to achieve lifelong financial security, you need to plan for the future. How else will you know if you will have enough retirement savings or be able to afford that holiday? In other words, how do you achieve the level of wealth needed to maintain your lifestyle both now and in retirement? Here are some resources that you may find useful.
Sorted is a free service powered by CFFC (Commission for Financial Capability), the government-funded, independent agency dedicated to helping New Zealanders get ahead financially.
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If you want to invest, buy a mortgage or insurance, or plan for your long-term future, you may benefit from speaking to a financial adviser.
FMA’s website may help you understand when to get advice, the types of advisers available and how to find one. They’ll also explain the level of service to expect from your adviser and the safeguards in place to protect you and your money.
MoneyTalks is a free helpline available to provide free budgeting advice to individuals, family and whānau. Their financial mentors can help you understand your financial situation, organise your debt, assist you with planning for the future, or get you in touch with a local accounting service.