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Capitalising on demographic trends for consistent returns in NZ’s thriving senior living sector

Senior living delivers steadily rising income returns to investors. Senior Trust Income Generator announces rate increase to 8%*pa pre-tax (*From 1 April 2024) Investors are confronted by hard decisions in these uncertain times. One thing is certain all those living are ageing! The good news for the senior living investment...

Decade of Healthy Ageing

I was privileged to represent Grey Power at this important Hui held in Auckland on 3 October. The purpose was to support a collaborative approach amongst key organisations to advancing the causes of older people during the UN Decade of Health Ageing. Sponsored by the Selwyn Foundation, together with Age...

Decision looms for Grey Power as economic woes bite

I was appointed the interim treasurer for Grey Power NZ after the last AGM. During the meeting the budget presented was rejected and the board was told to rethink it. This we have done, and the new budget was sent out to all associations. Over the past few weeks I...

Peace-of-mind investment made easy

While it’s known that investing is a great way to get ahead, when you’re starting out it can feel like there are too many options to choose from ... so much so, that it can seem overwhelming. Do you opt for a conservative bank term deposit knowing that your money...

Shaping your legacy

Some things you need to think about when writing your will. A will is a very meaningful document and it should be prepared with great thought and care. As well as capturing what you want to do with all the things you own, your will can also capture your hopes...

Consistent returns in uncertain times

In 27 years of business in investments and property finance, First Mortgage Trust has never lost a cent of investors’ capital. In volatile times consistent investment returns are hard to find. That can be difficult for New Zealanders who rely on returns from their investments to live the life they’ve...