YOUR INCOME IS YOUR GREATEST ASSET
Did you realise this? The ability to earn a living is far and away your largest asset, enabling you to maintain your present lifestyle...
BUYING INSURANCE COVER FOR ADULT CHILDREN
SHOULD PEOPLE BUY THEIR KIDS FIRST INSURANCE PACKAGE?
Tuesday, June 6th 2017, 12:03PM
by Russell Hutchinson
I’m not talking about young children. Rather, children between the ages of 18 and whenever they finally launch into life on their own.
WOULD YOU LIKE FREE MONEY? HOW ABOUT $500? AND, YOU BARELY HAVE TO DO A THING?
Each week, the NZ Herald and Newstalk ZB's "Cooking The Books" podcast tackles a different money problem. Today, it's how to get your free Government cash. Hosted by Frances Cook.
To listen to the podcast, click on the following link: goo.gl/D21mgL
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HEALTH INSURANCE: WHERE ‘VALUE FOR MONEY’ COUNTS
Obviously our health is not something we should penny-pinch on. But having said that, value for money definitely counts when you’re looking for a new health insurance policy or reviewing an existing one.
MORTGAGE RATE RISES EXPECTED TO CONTINUE
As part of their Asia-Pacific banking outlook series, S&P Global Ratings analysts discussed their forecasts for New Zealand’s banking sector.
CHRONIC PAIN AFFECTS MILLIONS WORLDWIDE.
Standard treatments involve physiotherapy and anti-inflammatory drugs, however, these prove fruitless for many.
But recent research suggests acupuncture may be a valuable tool in fighting chronic pain.
SAVE 20% ON HEALTH INSURANCE PREMIUMS
For the month of June 2017, nib is offering a 20% premium discount on all new Easy Health policies issued before 30 June 2017...
ESTIMATED 280,000 PEOPLE WAITING FOR ELECTIVE SURGERY
According to the Health Funds Association of New Zealand, there are approximately 280,000 individuals on our public system waiting lists, waiting for non-essential surgery.