A proud point of difference for us at Kepler Group is we are not salespeople. We are experienced and qualified advisers who have been helping clients achieve their financial goals for years.
With numerous providers each offering different products, costs and returns, it isn’t always easy deciding which KiwiSaver scheme fund is best for you. We can review your KiwiSaver investment to ensure it will help you achieve your goals and aspirations.
We would like to offer you the opportunity to meet with one of our advisers to show how we may help you in preparing a strategy for achieving your financial goals, plans and ambitions.
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Our role is about helping clients make good choices and develop plans that make long term objectives possible.read more
According to David Blanchett Morningstar’s head of retirement research using a goal-based framework in financial planning led to an increase in client wealth of more than 15%. Beyond returns investors get a sense of motivation and satisfaction with their...read more
. The value of such a special opportunity to have time together can never be taken for granted. So here is our New Year’s resolution for you – ‘take the time to understand your insurance cover and get good advice’. Yes, we know it’s boring but you’ll be so glad you did it if something goes wrong.read more
October was a month for the history books. The S&P Index 500 fell 16 out of 22 trading days, this has happened only three times since 1928. Last month also marked the index’s worst October performance since 1970. On average, corrections – defined as at least a 10%...read more
This Financial Marker Update, “At A Glance” brings you a summary of investment markets over the previous month. Please contact your Financial Adviser if you have any questions or need further information. Download a copy here: September 2018 This information has been...read more
The adverse effects of inflation on investment returns become especially pronounced over the long run. Your money today will likely buy less tomorrow. In 1913, a carton of milk cost 9 cents US a litre. By 1963, 9 cents would buy a small glass and by 2013 only 6...read more