By Carley Ellis I recently ran a daily vlog over on my Instagram page (@carleymellis), where I addressed 31 common misconceptions that people have about insurance. I was so surprised at the engagement I received – I assumed people would see “insurance” and instantly turn off. It highlighted to me that insurance is like tax
As we find ourselves in the throes of an election year, we're confronted with a multitude of complex and pressing conversations. One such conversation that stands out concerns our economic systems and the governance that guides them. I stand for an economic model that champions competition, propels growth, and has consistently demonstrated its capacity to
When you have politicians with nothing to lose, influencing tax laws targeting the most ambitious in our country, perhaps we've gone too far? Some say it's not far enough. High income earners were hit last year, and property investors this year – The upper and middle class of New Zealand are carrying a much larger tax
Tax series: Greens’ Shaw on the Wealth Tax What is the Greens wealth tax that we’ve heard so much about? How much of it will we actually come into fruition if they come into power this election? How is it going to impact the growing number of New Zealanders relying on investments for their income?