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Overall, things are still in pretty good shape.
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People should re-calibrate to the new normal of low interest rates, says an expert.
The newcomers, climbers and falterers among New Zealand's wealthy sect.
They might cost more upfront, but will save money in the long-term
Sam Stubbs cautions against overspending in an environment of lower interest rates.
It's hoped this will encourage members to take a greater interest in how their money is growing.
Your retirement savings can't be used for anything frivolous.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson says it's about "striking a balance".