If you can contribute just over $1000 to an eligible KiwiSaver account, the Government will contribute an extra $521 for free. Here's how it works.
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There's still time to get your free five hundy, KiwiSavers!
If you can contribute just over $1000 to an eligible KiwiSaver account, the Government will contribute an extra $521 for free. Here's how it works. Read more.
Why changing your KiwiSaver fund could change your future
It takes less than a minute to check you're in the right BNZ KiwiSaver fund for your circumstances. Answer three questions to get yourself set up for a more comfortable retirement. Read more.
Should you withdraw KiwiSaver funds to pay for your first home?
The number of New Zealanders withdrawing money from their KiwiSaver account to help purchase a first home is increasing year on year. There’s a lot to think about, so before you decide to access your KiwiSaver savings to fund your first home purchase, here are some things to consider. Read more.
How to calculate your PIR and why you should check it today
Getting your prescribed investor rate (PIR) correct means you will be taxed on your savings income appropriately - getting it wrong could result in penalties and interest. Here's how you can check you're on the right PIR. Read more.
How to save for retirement in your 50s
If you’ve hit 50 and haven’t made much of a dent in those retirement plans, don’t panic, when it comes to saving, it’s definitely a case of ‘better late than never’. Here are five tips for people in their 50s to make a plan for retirement. Read more.
How to save money for retirement in your 20s
When you’re in your 20s saving for such a distant event like retirement is difficult to comprehend, let alone do. However, twenty-somethings have one great advantage over the rest of us when it comes to saving - compound interest. Here are four ways to get started on your retirement plan. Read more.
How to make the most of your KiwiSaver
For people not already enrolled in KiwiSaver, the thought of signing up can seem a little daunting at first, particularly if the idea of investing money is new to you. The following five tips will get you off to a great start in terms of securing your financial future. Read more.