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KiwiSaver grows by 17% despite impacts of Covid-19

30 Nov 21 - The Financial Services Council (FSC) quarterly data snapshot shows that total KiwiSaver funds under management has grown around $15.7 billion to $90.8bn in the year to 30 September 2021.

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School students lead the way in money management - FSC competition winners announced

30 Nov 21 - The Financial Services Council [FSC] ran its inaugural Why Does Money Matter school video competition this year, an initiative that aimed to start kids, teachers and families talking about money. The challenge was to make a three-minute video on the topic of why money matters.

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FSC launches online financial wellbeing hub for Kiwis

3 Nov 21 - The Financial Services Council [FSC] has today launched ‘Money and You’, a new online hub to help Kiwis build their financial wellbeing.

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Is home ownership an unattainable dream for most young Kiwis?

17 Aug 21 - The Kiwi dream of home ownership is still alive, but it’s becoming harder to make a reality for most younger New Zealanders.

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Around three quarters of New Zealanders support mandatory KiwiSaver

27 Jul 21 - As KiwiSaver celebrates its 14th birthday this month, the Financial Services Council [FSC] has released new research looking at what New Zealanders think about the scheme, the role it plays in their retirement preparedness, and where it needs to head in the future.

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Interest from schools around the country in talking about financial literacy – in both English and te reo


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New research reveals over three quarters of young NZers worry about money


We need to change the property conversation


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