COVID-19

Reach out to your local NZHL consultant if you need us.
We are here to help.

COVID UPDATE – 30 November 2021

Dear clients,

In line with the latest Government announcements, NZHL offices nationwide will begin to reopen from Friday, 3rd December, based on the following:

–  All visitors must wear a mask (unless exempt) and check-in for contact tracing purposes.

–  Prior to entering, visitors will be asked:

  • If anyone in your home has COVID-19, is waiting for a COVID test or has visited a location of interest
  • If you have been in close contact with someone who has COVID-19
  • If you have cold, flu or COVID-19 symptoms

If you answer yes to any of the above, please don’t enter the office. Your consultant will assist you remotely.

–  Social distancing of at least one metre is required at all times; visitor numbers will be restricted to ensure this is possible.

–  In Red Traffic Light regions, consultations and appointments will be completed virtually where possible.

–  In Orange Traffic Light regions, consultations and appointments may be completed virtually as decided by your local office.

–  If an NZHL consultant is required to visit your home, they will wear a mask and maintain two metres distance at all times. Consultants will keep a record of where they have visited for contact tracing purposes and will call you in advance to ask the Covid questions as per above.

A Vaccine Pass is not currently required.

Please call your local office before visiting, and if you’re feeling unwell, please stay home – our consultants can assist you remotely.

As always, reach out to your local office if you require assistance; we’re here and ready to help.

TEAM NZHL.

 

COVID-19 – How we can help you

NZHL has a network of 76 offices nationwide that are happy to help both new and existing clients through this difficult time.  Our business owners and consultants have become local video conferencing experts but are also available on the phone and via email should you need us!

NZHL is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Kiwi Group Holdings (KGH).  KGH is owned by NZ Post, NZ Super Fund and ACC.

Passionately Kiwi is also one of our core values and because of that we’re championing a think local, support local, buy local mentality to stimulate the economy and our future success as a country. #passionatelykiwi

New Clients Seeking Support:

NZHL provides a unique, personalised service that focuses on putting you in control of your financial wellbeing.   If you are keen to reset, please do get in touch by filling in the ‘Book an Appointment’ form.  We’re here to help you do things differently.

Our tips to get through Covid-19

01

Calculate your monthly income

What’s your monthly income - how much do you have coming in each month right now?

02

Calculate your monthly expenses

How much do you have going out each month? Map out your fixed expenses like mortgage, rates etc. as well as your discretionary spend items like coffee and entertainment.

03

Seek advice

Talk to your trusted adviser about what your options are to survive or thrive. Options include interest only and repayment holidays on your mortgage or insurances. If you’re financially stable an adviser can help you improve your outlook.

04

Trim down your expenses

Trim down your expenses as much as you can, particularly discretionary spend items.

05

Consolidate your debt

Consider consolidating high interest short term debt, like credit cards, to free up cash.

06

See the opportunity

If you are not dramatically affected financially by COVID-19 then now is the perfect time to overhaul your finances, and make sure you have the best structure to get ahead financially.

Calculate your monthly income

What’s your monthly income - how much do you have coming in each month right now?

Calculate your monthly expenses

How much do you have going out each month? Map out your fixed expenses like mortgage, rates etc. as well as your discretionary spend items like coffee and entertainment.

Seek advice

Talk to your trusted adviser about what your options are to survive or thrive. Options include interest only and repayment holidays on your mortgage or insurances. If you’re financially stable an adviser can help you improve your outlook.

Trim down your expenses

Trim down your expenses as much as you can, particularly discretionary spend items.

Consolidate your debt

Consider consolidating high interest short term debt, like credit cards, to free up cash.

See the opportunity

If you are not dramatically affected financially by COVID-19 then now is the perfect time to overhaul your finances, and make sure you have the best structure to get ahead financially.

Steps to financially Survive or Thrive through Covid19

23/08/2021

As the current Covid-19 situation evolves, here are some useful tips to help you financially Survive or Thrive.