We follow the government’s Responsible Lending guidelines, which means that before you commit to a loan, we have to make enquiries so we can be satisfied you can afford the loan and it meets your requirements. One of our Good Loans Advisors will have a conversation with you about your
Hayley, a Financial Wellbeing Coach with six years’ experience in financial services, shares her favourite tips and tricks to have money conversations. Did you know – according to research, many New Zealanders would rather talk about politics, sex and drugs than money? Crazy right? We use it every day to do
Money can be an uncomfortable topic to discuss with your partner. It can make or break a relationship. A survey by ANZ found that more than 50% of those surveyed, said they would rather talk about politics than their finances. But money is an important tool that helps us make
By making a few small changes, you can make an impact and start having a little bit more in your savings for those rainy days. And with the cost of living putting pressure on our money, every bit counts. We share five small changes that can help you save money.
To protect and support friends and whānau, it’s useful to be able to recognise behaviours that indicate economic harm could be occurring. We share various red flags that could mean someone you know is experiencing economic harm – a form of family violence that can have a long-lasting impact. What
A voyage across the world, a stubborn Archbishop, a society that punished unmarried women and risky debt that was taken on to support those women – are all part of the story of the Good Shepherd Sisters arriving in Aotearoa. Good Shepherd has worked in New Zealand for over 130