Small difference in returns can make a difference over a lifetime.
Members have until June 30 to qualify for the free Government contribution.
A real estate company is asking the Government to loosen KiwiSaver withdrawal rules.
The Financial Services Council report shows a link between financial and general wellbeing.
Three point checklist to get the best out of KiwiSaver.
Milford Asset Management has won Consumer NZ’s People’s Choice Award for Kiwisaver in 2018 and 2019.
Annual KiwiSaver statements will include a new figure showing projected weekly income at retirement.
People are being urged to get advice before switching funds.
Should I get tested? Should I change my KiwiSaver fund? Here's what you need to know.
Investing in a pandemic for low-risk savers.
'The market goes up and down like an escalator: we're in that elevator fall'.
Kiwis' balances are dropping.
Tuesday was the worst day for the world's economy since the 2008 global financial crisis.
Mya was diagnosed with Burkitt's lymphoma just days after her fifth birthday.
KiwiSaver members who haven't chosen how their savings are invested are urged to do so.
From July 2021, default providers will be banned from investing in fossil fuel companies.
Faafoi says investors have nothing to worry about, with plenty of environment friendly options out there.
World shares have fallen five days in a row - and it's hitting our KiwiSaver investments.
"If you'd had $20,000 in a conservative fund at the start of the year, that decision cost you $2500."
"There's a sense of powerlessness about it, because once it's out there you can't get it back - it can't be unreleased."
"Unfortunately, malicious attacks of this nature are becoming more common both in New Zealand and globally."
Retirement policy review recommends keeping the status quo with NZ Super.
How to stop procrastinating and actually (finally) get on top of KiwiSaver.
For $20 per week, your 10-year-old could have $14,000 once they turn 18.
It's not just millennials wanting to see their money used responsibly.
There are concerns contractors are contributing significantly less than employees.
Commissioner floats idea of investment properties qualifying for first-home withdrawals.
Management fees have gone up 13.5 percent in the past year.
"Take the lead and get genuinely visibly angry."
However, a bank survey shows most Kiwis think they need to save more.