Post: March 30, 2021
The New Zealand Government’s move to ensure that anyone who wants to borrow money is guaranteed consistent protection is endorsed by New Zealand-wide finance company Yes Finance. “Our goal is to ensure that your loan works for you and it’s reducing your debt,” says Yes Finance director Peter Steel. Unaffordable loans According to Minister of…Read More.
Post: February 11, 2021
Financial responsibility looks different for everybody but at its core the term means living within your means There are a lot of factors that contribute to your financial responsibility and there are many resources out there in the market place to help you achieve it. Check out these tips from leading finance experts, Yes Finance.…Read More.
The New Year is upon us and with it the desire to make New Year’s resolutions which will be honoured. While New Year’s resolutions are usually reserved for diets and exercise don’t forget that your finances can also need some significant resolutions for the New Year. Here are some financial resolutions to consider making for…Read More.
Post: December 8, 2020
Finding balance in a relationship can be difficult especially when it comes to money. But with good communication, clear goals and a proper plan, budgeting as a couple can be rewarding for you both. Set up your partnership for financial success with these tips from leading finance experts, Yes Finance. Communication is key. The first…Read More.
Post: November 19, 2020
Recent events have demonstrated just how important local business are for our economy. Not only do they create employment, but they also bring growth and innovation to our communities. Supporting local businesses is good for everyone says leading finance experts, Yes Finance. A Chicago City study found that for every $100 spent at a local…Read More.
With many New Zealanders now living life on reduced incomes now is a good time to look at spending and what you should be doing with your money, according to leading finance experts, Yes Finance. Panic Selling A panic induced mistake that people are prone to is to sell property or shares when their values…Read More.
Post: September 21, 2020
We are all feeling the financial squeeze. Coronavirus and the subsequent economic turndown have us all keeping a closer eye on our wallet and our bottom lines. Fortunately, there are steps you can take now to help get through these financial hardships, says leading finance experts, Yes Finance. Step 1: Goals Think about what you…Read More.
Keeping a roof over your head is, unfortunately, more difficult these days. According to a survey from Wellington-based Renters United two out of every three renters had reported that their income dropped by more than a third. If you are one of these renters, you are not alone and there are avenues of support that…Read More.
We’ve all got a long list of improvements we want to make to our homes. Like many kiwis stuck at home during the lockdown, that list got even longer. Leading finance company, Yes Finance are here to help you finally tackle those home projects. “Our dedicated team from Yes Finance can tailor a loan for…Read More.
Leading Auckland based finance company, Yes Finance has come out in support of the Commission for Financial Capability’s (CFFC) new initiative that will allow students to earn NCEA credits through learning about finance. “Financial education is important. Teaching our kids to be money smart will go a long way in setting them up for a…Read More.