Booster's New KiwiSaver App
Booster have made checking your account so much easier! Booster NZ App is now ready for clients Booster What you can do......
This week Dean Blair, AFA and Director at FoxPlan shares with us the question he is continuously asked from clients. Where do I start?
Make the journey to financial freedom liberating and enjoyable
Dean Blair will be following on from last weeks video and explaining how important it is for your plan to have a 'why'.
Parents shouldn’t lose sleep over having their new baby
Welcome to our first installation of our Free Advice Friday videos! This week Dean Blair explains the difference between a plan and a resolution.
Forget the new year's resolutions, let's start setting smart goals to kick start the year.
Here you'll find a useful tool to make sure your goals go the distance this year.
KiwiSaver is a 100% sensible means on accumulation. It ticks all the boxes of a Savings and Investment plan as a means of creating future investment income.
We doubt KiwiSaver will every make you rich but it will ensure you are never poor, provided you get the right advice.
We're on cloud 9 after winning the Booster NZ 'Adviser Business of the Year' Award last week.
Well done to all of our advisers and staff for your hard work!
One of the really positive aspects of KiwiSaver and regulation has been the attention it has created to a formerly barren landscape of intelligent journalistic investment discussion. For many years’ fund managers, banks, finance companies and insurance institutions have set their own professional protocols and standards. Products and representatives.
It was a memorable moment last week when one of my clients took possession of a home and income. I fondly recalled the time I purchased my first property for rental in November 2002, it was a home and income located in Karori (Wellington suburb).
Between now and Christmas four of my clients will be embarking on a house building project while another will be taking possession of their newly built home just before Christmas.
As for a personal project, the home I was building in the northern suburb is approaching completion.
When the Wellington City Councillors unanimously approved the voluntary Warrant of Fitness (WOF) for rental properties, I believe they had good intentions. In yesterday’s Dom Post (Wednesday 18th Oct 2017), a story reported that only two landlords have taken up on the offer to apply for a rental Warrant of Fitness inspection.
The construction of a three-bedroom home with an attached granny flat (with two bedrooms) that begun in late May 2017 is progressing very well. Thanks to the builder and his trusted contractors everything is going according to plan and thankfully the cost is well under the initial budget. Surely a nice little saving to treat myself for Christmas.