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KiwiSaver $1,000 kick-start removed

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Article posted on 21 May 2015 in KiwiSaver

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Budget 2015: Government announces the removal of the KiwiSaver $1,000 kick-start payment. 

 

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  • GMI Online - June 2015

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    Article posted on 29 June 2015 in GMI Online

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    GMI Online - June 2015

    In the June 2015 issue:

     

    Economy: A sneaky snip
    Retirement: What's up with Super?
    Investing: HThe smart and the dumb of Exchange-Traded Funds
    KiwiSaver Your questions answered
    News: Media round-up for June

     

    In the June 2015 issue:   Economy: A sneaky snip Retirement: What's up with Super? Investing: HThe sm...

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  • June media round-up

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    Article posted on 26 June 2015 in KiwiSaver

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    June media round-up

    The Government’s removal of the KiwiSaver kick-start in last month’s Budget still dominated personal finance news in June. We take a look at this and other stories in our monthly media round-up.

     

    The Government’s removal of the KiwiSaver kick-start in last month’s Budget still dominated personal finance n...

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  • What’s up with Super?

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    Article posted on 25 June 2015 in Retirement & Super

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    What’s up with Super?

    The perennial debate over the rising cost of NZ Super has sparked into life again. We examine the current thinking on this political hot potato.

     

    The perennial debate over the rising cost of NZ Super has sparked into life again. We examine the current thinking on this...

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  • The smart and the dumb of Exchange-Traded Funds

    Steffan Berridge
    Article posted on 19 June 2015 in Investing

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    The smart and the dumb of Exchange-Traded Funds

    Exchange-Traded Funds - or ETFs - are index trackers, and their surge in popularity has been one of the most notable investment developments in the last few years. Steffan Berridge looks at the reasons behind this recent trend.  

     

    Exchange-Traded Funds - or ETFs - are index trackers, and their surge in popularity has been one of the most notable inves...

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  • A sneaky snip

    John Carran
    Article posted on 12 June 2015 in Economy

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    A sneaky snip

    The Reserve Bank slipped in a sneaky cut in the Official Cash Rate in June, dropping it to 3.25%. While the decision wasn't a complete surprise, it’s still quite a big change in the Bank's stance from just three months ago. John Carran looks at the reasons behind the Reserve Bank’s decision. 

     

    The Reserve Bank slipped in a sneaky cut in the Official Cash Rate in June, dropping it to 3.25%. While the decision wasn&...

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  • GMI Online - May 2015

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    Article posted on 29 May 2015 in GMI Online

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    GMI Online - May 2015

    In the May 2015 issue:

     

    Economy: Budget hullabaloo
    Budget 2015: KiwiSaver, kick-starts and kids
    Answer Room: Bankruptcy - can KiwiSaver funds be used to pay creditors?
    KiwiSaver: Paying tax on your KiwiSaver investment
    News: Media round-up for May

     

    In the May 2015 issue:   Economy: Budget hullabaloo Budget 2015: KiwiSaver, kick-starts and kids Answer R...

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  • KiwiSaver, kick-starts and kids

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    Article posted on 28 May 2015 in KiwiSaver

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    KiwiSaver, kick-starts and kids

    With the recent scrapping of the $1,000 kick-start payment to new KiwiSaver members, has the Government removed the main incentive for signing kids up to KiwiSaver? We investigate.

     

    With the recent scrapping of the $1,000 kick-start payment to new KiwiSaver members, has the Government removed the main i...

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  • May media round-up

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    Article posted on 28 May 2015 in KiwiSaver

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    May media round-up

    KiwiSaver was big news this month thanks to the announcement in the Budget that the $1,000 kick-start would no longer be available. Here’s our pick of the Budget articles, along with the best of the rest from personal finance news this month.

     

    KiwiSaver was big news this month thanks to the announcement in the Budget that the $1,000 kick-start would no longer be a...

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  • Budget hullabaloo

    John Carran
    Article posted on 26 May 2015 in Economy

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    Budget hullabaloo

    The Government sprang some surprises with Budget 2015 – most notably the increase in welfare spending and the changes made to KiwiSaver – as well as introducing measures to control rising Auckland house prices. So what does this mean for New Zealand? John Carran takes a look.

     

    The Government sprang some surprises with Budget 2015 – most notably the increase in welfare spending and the change...

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  • KiwiSaver - not so taxing

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    Article posted on 20 May 2015 in KiwiSaver

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    KiwiSaver - not so taxing

    The KiwiSaver PIR tax can be a bit taxing to get your head around. Here’s a handy guide to what it’s all about.

     

    The KiwiSaver PIR tax can be a bit taxing to get your head around. Here’s a handy guide to what it’s all about...

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  • Court rules on KiwiSaver vs creditors

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    Article posted on 29 April 2015 in KiwiSaver

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    Court rules on KiwiSaver vs creditors

    Can your KiwiSaver account be accessed if you go bankrupt? The Court of Appeal recently ruled on this issue. We take a look at what the result means. 

     

    Can your KiwiSaver account be accessed if you go bankrupt? The Court of Appeal recently ruled on this issue. We take a loo...

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