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With the release of the Wellbeing Budget 2023 last week, FinCap welcomes the Government’s continued support for financial mentors who are walking alongside whānau across Aotearoa, particularly as they encounter increased cost of living pressures and in the aftermath of this years’ severe weather events.    We...

Below is the link to the recent FinCap NZBA Partnership report outlining the ways in which financial mentors and their clients are benefiting from a partnership between FinCap and the New Zealand Banking Association – Te Rangapū Pēke. FinCap Partnership Report 2022...

Information current as at 09/03/23. We will continue to post and share further or updated information as it comes to hand.  Kiwiwsaver withdrawal information from TCA: The weather-related natural disaster that impacted the north island North and other regions was/is expected to have a significant in its...

Bell Gully is a leading New Zealand law firm; they are proud to provide pro bono legal advice to ensure FinCap can continue helping Kiwis. This month in their A Helping Hand series they are profiling FinCap. ...

The Credit branch of the Commerce Commission has developed a new guide for borrowers as part of their commitment to helping people make informed choices when borrowing money. A quick guide to borrowing is now available on their website. This guide provides clear and straight-forward information...

Last week the leader of the opposition, Hon Christopher Luxon, joined the Pakuranga and Howick Budgeting Service for ‘A Day in the Life’ visit. Mr Luxon was able to observe the incredible skill and value of financial mentors on the ground, and the crucial support they...

From 10th October 2022, FinCap's offices will be located at the following address: Level 4, 276 Lambton Quay, Wellington...

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