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New survey shows KiwiSavers back Responsible Investment

6 Dec 17 - Business Scope: Westpac Press Release: Almost half of KiwiSavers want to know more about where their funds are invested and two out of five prefer to have their money in companies making a positive difference, according to new research by Westpac NZ. The findings come as the bank puts in place …

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KiwiSavers' tax bill equal to property investors', tax expert says

17 Oct 17 - STUFF: KiwiSaver members copped a $166 million tax bill on their $40 billion in investments over the past year – and it's being held up as an example of New Zealand's unfair tax system.

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FMA warning: Woman loses $7k in online trading scheme

2 Oct 17 - New Zealand Herald: A Bay of Plenty woman has been left $7000 out of pocket after she invested money in a scheme advertising itself as "make easy money from home".

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Growing the KiwiSaver Pie

12 Sep 17 - Financial Services Council : Growing the KiwiSaver Pie A sustainable income policy is critical for New Zealand. As the voice of the financial services industry, and recognising that it has now been ten years since KiwiSaver was launched, we commissioned this research to find out what New Zealanders want from government and the industry.

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Many KiwiSaver members don't understand how credits work

12 Sep 17 - Stuff : Each year the Government offers free money. But some people still don't know what it is or how to claim it. A member tax credit (MTC) of $521 is available to all KiwiSaver members, aged 18 to 65,  who contribute at least $1042 into their accounts each financial year. They do not have to do anything else to claim it – KiwiSaver providers handle the process of getting the money into their accounts.

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Milestone day for financial advice in New Zealand


FMA keen to see personalised robo-advice enabled in New Zealand sooner than the law would otherwise allow


Consumers tell FMA about financial providers’ conduct


KiwiSaver: Plenty to be proud of but don't pop the Champagne yet


FMA confirms KiwiSaver fees methodology


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The Financial Services Council (FSC) represents investment and life insurance companies in New Zealand.

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Email: fsc@fsc.org.nz

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