Helping you succeed in life's financial journey
Cole Murray wins national KiwiSaver award for eighth consecutive year!
Booster, previously known as Grosvenor, was founded in 1998 and is one of New Zealand’s largest KiwiSaver scheme providers, looking after the savings of nearly 100,000 Kiwis.
Longevity in retirement - how long is your piece of string?
The numbers are compelling - over the last 100 years, on average the life expectancy in a "rich country" like New Zealand has increased at a rate of 3 months...
KiwiSaver - 3 solid solid reasons to contribute
It can be easy to let your savings slip, especially when things get tight, but here's why it's so important to get back on the KiwiSaver wagon.
What is a financial plan? (and how it can help you do things!)
Most of the time when New Zealanders think of financial planning they think retirement planning or investments.
26 years a Life Insurance Adviser - Jeremy Cole
Jeremy Cole started out his career as a life insurance adviser in 1990 - fresh-faced and excited to be working for himself.
Client story: Life Insurance Adviser to the rescue!
It's times like these when, as life insurance advisers, we really love what we do. We decided to share this story, with personal details left out, to show just how...
Take our advice: get onto your KiwiSaver savings!
I speak with people every day who still don’t see the point of making contributions into their KiwiSaver account or find the whole thing too complicated.
3 signs you need an Investment Adviser
Others simply don't know where to start! An Investment Adviser can work with you to create personalised investment and wealth generation solutions.
How keeping your life insurance premiums level could save you thousands!
Let's look at three examples where people have saved themselves tens of thousands of dollars in the long run by locking in some level life insurance.
Are the banks' insurance policies inferior?
It can be very easy to overlook the fine print, especially when you're getting a bank-issued insurance policy that goes hand in hand with something as document-heavy as a mortgage...