Take control of your KiwiSaver account with our partner, kōura - helping you understand whether you can do better with your KiwiSaver plan. 

 

KiwiSaver is a critical part of most people's financial future yet when we asked our clients, far too many have never thought about it.

For most people, KiwiSaver will be the biggest asset that they have outside their home. Yet most have never thought about it and treat KiwiSaver like their current bank account.

To help our clients, we have teamed up with Kiwi owned KiwiSaver provider kōura to help review their KiwiSaver accounts so that they can be confident they are set up to get the KiwiSaver plan they expect and deserve.

You can start your review using the panel on the right, or alternatively ring up your favorite Loan Market Highland Park adviser and get them to help you get started.

Once you have completed the short online review, a member of the team will be in touch to talk you through the results.

How does KiwiSaver work?

KiwiSaver is an investment scheme that can help you save for retirement, and be used to help you buy your first home, as well as in certain cases - be withdrawn for financial hardship. Your KiwiSaver balance is made up…

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Am I in the right fund?

Almost fifteen years into KiwiSaver, there are 30 different KiwiSaver providers and over 300 funds to choose from. Comparing funds is a bit like comparing apples and oranges. Trying to assess and prioritise different asset mixes, fees or historical performances…

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How much do you need for retirement?

What's the magic figure you need for a great retirement?How much you need to retire depends on your own personal circumstances and what you expect out of your retirement. The easiest way to find out if you're on track for…

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KiwiSaver for your first home

You're planning on saving for your first home, and your KiwiSaver will make up part of your deposit - but how does it all work? It can seem like information overload when you first start looking into using your KiwiSaver…

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