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The KiwiSaver Conundrum

Thursday, June 6, 2019

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You may have seen this KiwiSaver conundrum in the media yesterday...

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Introducing Blair Hartley

Friday, May 24, 2019

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Registered Financial Adviser
Insurance, Mortgages, KiwiSaver

Hi everyone, my name is Blair Hartley and I am the newest financial adviser at Hallam Jones. I moved into the industry in February 2019 and have completed my Level 5 Residential Lending Specialist Strand and are still completing my Level 5 Core Financial Services Certificate. It is my intention to become an Authorised Financial Adviser so I can work with clients on investment products as well as all the other services we offer here at Hallam Jones.

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Don't stay in the dark

Thursday, April 11, 2019

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Do you need UK Pension Advice? Have you previously lived or worked in the UK and you’d like to bring your pension home?

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NZ Funds KiwiSaver Scheme top rated for service. Again.

Friday, March 22, 2019

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NZ Funds has recently announced that it was the top rated KiwiSaver Scheme in New Zealand for service with a score of 99% as ranked by Sorted. Sorted is a website run by the Commission for Financial Capability and surveys KiwiSaver providers regularly to rank their commitment to service.

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Advisers over Banks

Friday, February 22, 2019

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Kiwis are so loyal. Time and again I hear from clients “I’ve banked with this bank since I was a kid so I’d rather stay with them”. This is admirable, but the experience I can relate to you of some, is very different.

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Amazing Mortgage Rates

Monday, December 10, 2018

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So. What am I supposed to feel about reputably the best rates offers made since the second world war being offered to me now? If you are not aware, the Major banks are currently offering Mortgage rates of less than 4% for short fixed terms announced by a front page spread in the NZ Herald at the beginning of November. Should I be excited about this?

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