Whenever you apply for personal insurance cover, the insurers will ask you a series of questions to assist them to make an underwriting decision. These will cover things about your current and past health, your occupation, pastimes and family medical history.
No one enjoys paying tax, even worse is paying too much tax! With tax returns currently being done, now is a good time to check you are paying the correct tax rate on your KiwiSaver or other investments.
The ability to utilise drone technology is allowing Vero clients to get faster assessments following damage to remote properties and speed up the claims process.
Your KiwiSaver Scheme is a great way to save for your first home deposit and retirement, and there have been some recent changes to KiwiSaver that could help you lift your savings.
Australia’s Financial Services Council is enacting a moratorium on life insurance genetic test results as a binding standard - and its counterpart in New Zealand says it’s an issue that’s on the agenda here too.
New research from Baker Tilly Staples Rodway indicates Kiwis overall will actually pay a day’s less tax this year, albeit five more days than two years ago.
In a well-publicised High Court judgment former directors of Mainzeal Property and Construction Limited (in liquidation) were found liable for breach of their directors’ duties by trading recklessly whilst the company had been insolvent over a period of years.
How much time is too much time online? If you feel like the time you’re spending online is making you feel unhappy or having a negative impact on other parts of your life then it might be worth looking at some ways to cut down.
Most people know that insurance policies include an excess. But if you’ve never made a claim you might not really know what an excess is for, or how they work.
Even if you’ve read your policy information thoroughly or have made claims before, there are a few things about insurance excesses that you may not know.
Different businesses will have different health and safety risks. It all depends on the type of work you do.
A healthy and safe workplace starts with identifying and understanding what your work-related health and safety risks are; particularly those that have the potential to cause people serious injury or illness.
The uncertainty created by Brexit is already weighing on UK investment and confidence and could intensify if there is an unfavourable outcome around the withdrawal agreement.
Being keen boaties ourselves, we appreciate the vital role of the Marlborough-Nelson Marine Radio Association and are pleased to provide financial support for operator training.
Wearable devices, like Fitbit watches, are becoming more and more popular and insurers are interested in the data they collect.
We have always known that our clients are fairly special people with many hidden talents and after work activities but John Nelson is busier than most.
Don’t have a budget? – you’re not alone. Many Kiwis avoid the dreaded “b” word, believing that budgets stop you having fun with your money.
There’s nothing like settling in with a good book, so here are five books that we found inspiring, insightful and informative. They may not change your life, but there’s a chance they’ll inspire a positive change in your daily habits or outlook.
Core Advice are proud to announce their support of Kaipupu Point Wildlife Sanctuary through ongoing financial support and helping the pest monitoring program.
AMP has entered into an agreement to sell its life insurance businesses in Australia and New Zealand to Resolution Life. They are an international insurance and reinsurance group whose management has a 15-year track record in providing quality service to in-force insurance customers.
There is a new Prime Minister in Australia, with Scott Morrison defeating Peter Dutton who had brought on a challenge to replace Malcolm Turnbull.
A recent report, commissioned by the Financial Services Council, to discover what retirement means to – and will look like – for New Zealanders made some interesting findings.