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The Kiwi Wealth KiwiSaver Scheme can help you reach your big goals in life, whether that’s buying your first home or saving for a comfortable retirement. Kiwi Wealth is part of the same family as Kiwibank and is 100% New Zealand-owned.
As a Kiwibank customer, you'll see your KiwiSaver balance in your internet banking so you can keep an eye on how you' re tracking
Kiwi Wealth applies responsible investing criteria to all of its KiwiSaver funds
Their New Zealand-based customer service team is just a phone call or email away when you need them
Their investment specialists take a global investment approach, so your money is diversified to help manage risk
A range of digital tools and services mean you can keep an eye on your investment and see where your money is invested, right down to individual currencies and shares
Kiwi Wealth offers six KiwiSaver funds to choose from: Cash, Default Conservative, Conservative, Default, Balanced and Growth.
Each fund has a different level of risk, so finding the best fit for you depends on how much risk you’re comfortable taking on.
You’re not charged fees based on performance, but on the type of investment fund you choose.
Annual Management Fees are up to 1% of your account balance, subject to a minimum fee of $40 (except the Default Fund). To read more about this fee and other fees that may apply visit kiwiwealth.co.nz
If you’re a Kiwibank customer, you can see your balance alongside accounts in internet banking. If it isn't showing, contact Kiwi Wealth at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also choose to receive a monthly text update with your balance.
KiwiSaver is a voluntary savings initiative designed to encourage New Zealanders to save for retirement. You can also dip into it to help you buy your first home.
You may be eligible for free money. If you’re working and contributing to KiwiSaver, your employer has to contribute at least 3% of your pre-tax salary or wages. If you’re aged 18 or over, the government also chips in $0.50 for each dollar you contribute, up to a maximum of $521.43 a year.