Learn the lingo and the lessons! The investing world has a habit of hiding behind technical terms and fancy charts, which makes it feel more complex than it is. The simple truth is, investing success usually goes hand in hand with straightforward habits and steady nerves.
How do I choose a 'good' investment?
With so many options, how do you know what stock is good to buy? Reality is, unless you own a crystal ball, there’s no definitive answer. So, we can’t tell you what to choose, but we can share info to help with your confidence to make the right decision that suits you.
FIF tax rules for individuals and trusts: $50,000 NZD or more invested overseas
Special tax rules apply to investors who invested more than $50,000 NZD in Foreign Investment Funds (FIFs) at any point in the last tax year (1 April - 31 March). This article, along with the data in your Hatch tax report, will give you everything you need to know about what you need to do at tax time.
I earned more than $200 NZD in untaxed income
Because you earned more than $200 in income that wasn't taxed before you received it (like your dividends through Hatch), you'll have to file a tax return. Hatch gives you everything you need and we'll walk you through how to fill it out.
How does an IPO work? A Initial Public Offering guidebook
You may have heard about the hype surrounding an IPO, but what is an IPO and how does it work? We’ve put together a primer so you can make the right decision for you when it comes to considering investing in IPOs.
Tax time made simple
Tax time doesn’t have to be taxing. Not sure whether you need to pay tax on your overseas shares? We’ve got you. Hatch makes it easy for you to understand what you need to do for your situation.
How to invest in an IPO: 4 things to know
It’s easy to get caught up in all the excitement of the possibility of buying into one of your favourite companies - that’s just human! But, before you go putting all of your money into the latest, greatest IPOs, follow these four steps.
I earned less than $200 NZD dividends
If you earned less than $200 in dividends from your shares through Hatch, you don't have to do anything at tax time. We're assuming that you haven't earned any other money that the IRD doesn't know about.
What is an ETF (Exchange Traded Fund)?
Think of an Exchange Traded Fund, or an ETF, as a shipping container full of investments, such as shares and bonds. If you invest in an ETF, you buy a share of the whole container and own a tiny slice of every investment contained within it.
Financial wellness: how to lean into your financial dreams
Taking charge of our hard-earned money is empowering and rewarding. Lean into your investing potential with these four simple steps.
Why your financial New Year’s resolutions have already failed
Everyone wants to be better with their money, and it happens one step at a time. If you made a resolution on the first day of 2022, chances are you’ve already given up on it.
Financial wellness: Money smarts while interest climbs
Inflation and interest rates are buzzwords peppering headlines, and some commentators are painting a grim picture. So what’s inflation, can interest rate hikes cool the inflation jets, and how can we be mindful with money?
Investing in ourselves: How we’re building a better online investing platform
You’ve been asking us for the NZX, dark mode and improved portfolio viewing, and we’re letting you know, they’re on their way! Our product design team was keen to tell you in their own words what they’ve been up to and how they’re working to sweeten your Hatch investing experience. So here it is.
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