You’ve graced Aotearoa with five glorious decades (or more), and now, you're pondering how to make the most of your finances as you inch closer to the golden years.
Money. It's a topic that consistently ranks high on the list of things keeping us awake at night and, simultaneously, excites us with the potential for a better life.
Retirement marks the chapter where you savour the sweet rewards of your hard work. The key is mastering the art of selective spending and well-deserved extravagance.
Warwick Walker, from FoxPlan, talks to us about cutting through the complexity of financial life to achieve your outcomes.
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We’ve put together the following tips to help you navigate your way through the countdown to retirement, which, for many, is a challenging period.
If you’re stepping back from your working years, or are about to, you’ll no doubt be familiar with conversations among friends about spending and saving after retirement.
Saving more than you actually need to? Are you being unnecessarily thrifty, and hard on yourself, while you do so? So what is driving folks to do this?
Increasing living costs are having a dramatic impact on Kiwis, according to a recent survey conducted by Heartland in partnership with GrownUps.
With inflation at its highest level in three decades and interest rates still relatively low by historic standards, more and more homeowners over 60 are weighing up whether a reverse mortgage could help them live a better retirement.