Retirement Planning Checklist

There is nothing more detrimental to your pension and retirement savings than to cross your fingers and hope it is enough.

Sangria and Savings: A Refreshing Look at Personal Finance in Spain

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Introduction In the picturesque streets of Spain, where rich history meets evolving economic patterns, a profound understanding of personal finances is vital for every individual seeking to harness their fiscal strength. As the sun sets over the Alhambra or as the lively chatter fills the local markets of Barcelona, the concept of money management remains […]

Mastering Personal Finances in New Zealand

New Zealand

Managing personal finances is crucial for anyone seeking financial stability and a bright future. In this blog post, we will delve into essential tips and insights on how to navigate the world of personal finances in New Zealand. From budgeting and saving strategies to understanding the KiwiSaver scheme and investment options, we’ll cover various aspects […]

Investing Smart: Crafting a Diversified Investment Portfolio

Have you ever considered the variety within your investment portfolio? The chances are, if you’ve taken a passive or sporadic approach to long term investing, your portfolio might not be as diverse as it could be. Diversification is more than just a buzzword in the financial world; it’s a fundamental strategy to mitigate risk and […]

The Tech Revolution: An Alternative Look At The Dot-Com Bubble

The deVere Group welcomes you back to our series on significant economic events that have shaped the world we know today. Our journey so far saw us back in the early 1900’s during Stock Market Crash, through to the 1970s Energy Crisis. But now, it’s time to move to a more contemporary event, one many […]

Prosperity to Poverty: A Look Back at The Great Depression

Welcome back to the fascinating world of financial history. If we asked you, “What was the Great Depression?”, how would you answer?  Perhaps you’d recall it as a significant economic downturn, or maybe remember a key date – 1929. But the reality is, understanding the Great Depression is about much more than historical facts and […]

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