If he wins, the cost could balloon even further.
Even if you want a no-frills retirement experts say you'll need a six-figure sum.
The NZ First leader is suing over what he calls "a political hit-job".
"Do I have an expectation that agencies follow through on Cabinet decisions? Yes."
Researchers say superannuation will become too expensive to sustain if policies don't change.
However, a bank survey shows most Kiwis think they need to save more.
Bridges and Peters don't see eye to eye on the policy.
Anyone under the age of 47 will have to wait longer for their super.
She even offered to give up her pension, but was rejected.
"People can donate that to us, and we can get it to charities that can make a difference."
An econmist says if the Govt is serious about intergenerational fairness, it'll raise the super age.
We can barely cope with our own, yet here we are stuffing money into the pockets of foreign baby boomers, writes Duncan Garner.
You're far more likely to have a decent retirement if you do the boring thing and save.
A new report shows superannuation isn't even enough.
A new report says the pension isn't enough to cover even a bare-bones lifestyle.
Over-65s owe an average of $232k each, data shows.
Sean Plunket accused Peter Williams of being a "greedy boomer".
Is it okay to "suck on the public teat" when you've already got enough money to retire on?
The pension probably will still be around when today’s youth retire, writes Jenesa Jeram.
A new report also says superannuation should be linked to health expectancies.
"It's a kick in the teeth."
It could cost you anywhere between $300,000 and $1 million. Luckily, it's easy to fix.
"We have to look at a new set of rules."
"Rich people shouldn't get it, new migrants shouldn't get it."
NZ First MP Mark Patterson introduced the Bill.
KiwiSavers are being urged not to panic in the face of market drops.
Superannuitants and beneficiaries are lapping them up.
More renters heading for retirement has prompted calls to raise super.
That's on top of a $334,734 salary - plus super.
Diane Maxwell says we need to stop thinking about 65 as the 'retirement' age.