Advice Matters at SHARE

Friday 1 March 2019, 12:01AM
By Beckie Wright

The post-Christmas season can be a tough one, and data shows Kiwis are more likely to let their credit bills languish unpaid at this time of the year compared to any other. If you’re anything like the average New Zealander, you’re probably feeling the effects of spending up large in the lead-up to the festive season and in the wake of Boxing Day sales.

The new year is a good time to seek professional advice and SHARE are there to provide financial advice and budgeting tips. Debt consolidation is when you take out a new loan to pay off all your debts, which usually means decreasing the interest payments you are currently making. SHARE’s financial advisors are there to help with budgeting to afford insurance for unforeseen circumstances experienced during the festive season – all because Advice Matters.

You may think that only those with substantial net worth are suitable wealth management clients, but most people can benefit from the personalised attention of a financial adviser. A SHARE adviser would be happy to sit with you, help you identify your financial goals and then create a plan to make them happen. SHARE advisers focus on your needs, sharing their knowledge and advice to help you achieve the financial freedom you deserve. Information is free and available but knowledge, gained from years of experience, endures.

The cost of credit card debt is often a hidden expense, particularly for people who are juggling multiple credit cards. It is easy to overlook the total interest expenses when they are spread across three, five, or even seven credit cards.

But credit card interest expenses add up quickly, so to find out more about insurance NZ, family health insurance NZ, retirement planning and mortgage brokers NZ please visit the website at .