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Parents, children, carers and whānau members should be able to participate fully in their communities to increase the prosperity of whānau and the wider community. The public management system needs to truly work for whānau in Aotearoa. No tamariki should have to go without essentials...

Whānau should not be facing significant harm from of high-pressure sales where commissions mean salespeople are incentivised to provide expensive products or services of little or no value. Such practices should be prohibited to prevent price discrimination that worsens the situation of whānau who are...

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...

Whānau should have confidence that issues will be resolved fairly when they are impacted by unlawful conduct from a trader. They should not be left stuck with worse financial circumstances that seriously risk their wellbeing because of such conduct. FinCap welcomes the opportunity to comment on...

All whānau should have access to a support system that truly supports the well-being of their whole whānau. A fit-for-purpose child support system will help to ensure that tamariki do not have to go without essentials because of the confusing and harmful rules of that...