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05 September 2016

Helping Kiwis make a plan for their future

The amount of money you need in retirement may be more than you think, and even the cost of everyday items can quickly add up.

It may seem like a long way off but it's never too early to start planning and thinking about how you can put away a little extra to help you live the life you want in your retirement years.

Take a look at the videos below for some money tips.

Create better spending habits

Ever had a minute and thought to yourself that you need to spend your money more wisely? Expensive items may seem like a good investment at the time, but are they?

In this video you’ll find a tip on how to make better use of your money.

When did you last read your KiwiSaver annual statement?

77% of Kiwis never do.

This means a lot of Kiwis could be missing out on some important information like how their investments are performing.

Don’t miss this great money tip video.

Get professional advice

It’s never too early to start planning for your retirement, but is it ever too late?

This video is a good reminder to seek professional advice on budgets and investing at any age.

Small costs can add up

Ever thought about those small every day costs and how they all add up in the long term?

Find out what Grace discovered in this money tip video.

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Tools and calculators

Get a little extra help to make informed decisions.

Retirement planner - see whether you're on track financially for the retirement lifestyle you want.

Net worth calculator - getting ahead moneywise means making choices that push your net worth upwards, now and in the future.

Money planner - budgeting tool.

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