We provide all the information you need to get your KiwiSaver sorted.
Whether you're contributing already, or this is going to be your first time, we can help you make an informed choice for your retirement.
Let's bring it back to the basics: What is KiwiSaver?
Sorted has this description which we really like:
KiwiSaver is a voluntary based savings scheme set up by the government to help New Zealanders to save for their retirement.
We can choose to contribute 3%, 4% or 8% of our gross (before tax) wage or salary to our KiwiSaver account. Our employer has to contribute as well – at least 3% of our gross salary.
Along with employer contributions, there's an annual KiwiSaver government contribution.
Our funds are invested on our behalf by the KiwiSaver provider of our choice. If we don't choose a provider Inland Revenue will assign us to one of the nine default schemes.
Thank-you for making everything so clear & easy for me to get KiwiSaver setup, and move the kids over to a scheme that more closely aligns with our family values. Having Skype consults available made it even easier to sort things out!
No hesitation recommending your services!
There's more than merely paying your contribution.
Many people are unaware of the flexibility available to you. For example:
- Does your provider align with your personal values? Some may not.
- Is your money invested in a fund that suits your current stage of life? There's different funds to suit your risk profile.