57 days ago

Thinking of living in a retirement village?

The Team from Commission for Financial Capability

The Commission for Financial Capability (CFFC) is running a free seminar in Christchurch on Wednesday, August 5, about the financial implications of moving into a retirement village.

CFFC's Retirement Villages Lead, Troy Churton, will discuss types of retirement villages, the costs of moving into and living in them, and how they operate. The seminar will also explain some important residents' rights and where you can find out more information.

The seminar is 90 minutes long and will include question and answer time.

Tea, coffee and light refreshments are provided.

Places are limited and while attendance is free, please register to reserve a seat.

Register by clicking the link below:

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Parkstone Retirement Village Open Day!

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5 days ago

Second hand shops

Rachel from Russley

Not impressed at all with prices at the second hand shops, especially the Salvation Army shops.
Considering most things are donated and a pretty hot water bottle cover is $6!
I can buy a new hot water bottle and cover for $7.
Not impressed at all.
How do people set up a house cheaply if limited to just getting things from second hand shops.
The kitchenware prices are about the same as new items......