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Are you wondering which fund to choose, how your current fund is performing or what your options are when you retire?
 
Or maybe you just want to know how KiwiSaver works?
                       
ANZ FutureWise is your guide to all things KiwiSaver, but why not start by getting answers to the top five questions our customers ask! 

 

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Wise Women - me and my future

Women face some unique challenges which may impact their financial futures.

 

Our goal is to provide information and tools to help you make smart choices that your future self will be proud of.

 

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We expect to mail all Tax Certificates and Account Statements to customers by 31 May 2016.

 

 

How much will you need to have the retirement you want?

Save more for a better retirement

The typical New Zealander is likely to be retired for around 20 years. Retiring at 65 and living on New Zealand Superannuation may not give you enough money for emergencies, or for the little extras that can make life more pleasant.

James is 30 years old, earns $50,000 a year (before tax), and is in our Lifetimes option. Here’s what his total savings could look like under different contribution options when he’s 65.

The figures used are for illustration only and may not reflect actual returns. For background information and numbers used in this case study, see About our case studies.

1. $315,000 when adjusted for inflation.

2. $201,000 when adjusted for inflation.

3. $173,000 when adjusted for inflation.

See the difference:

Videos

  • Find out how to maximise your KiwiSaver savings, even if you’re on a contributions holiday or not working right now.

    If you’re eligible for the full year, then just $20 a week (or a lump sum of $1,042.86 a year) is all it takes to get the maximum Government annual contribution of $521.43 a year. 

    If you’re only eligible for part of the year, don’t worry, you won’t miss out.  Your contribution will just be based on the length of time you have been eligible.

     

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  • Retiring at 65 and living on NZ Super may not provide you with money for emergencies, or for the little extras that can make life more pleasant.

    But that’s where KiwiSaver can help… starting now and keeping up your contributions can help you achieve the retirement lifestyle you want.

     

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