Tag Archives: retirement planning

Sorted Money Week 2021: Retirement planning

This week is Sorted Money Week – an annual campaign aimed at raising New Zealanders’ financial capability by demystifying key money topics and providing open channels for discussion on a subject matter that is often seen as taboo. Sorted believe that financial wellbeing is a taonga/treasure that needs nurturing; for …

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Women and the retirement savings gap

A study by Australian consultancy group Rice Warner (commissioned by not-for-profit organisation Women in Super) has revealed that retirement savings for men aged between 30 and 60 are 42 per cent higher than for women of the same age. The gender gap was biggest for women in their late 30s and …

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The future of NZ Super – the big question

Superannuation has been a hot topic over the past few years. In 2014, there were 650,000 over-65s in New Zealand, equating to 14.4 per cent of the population. By 2038, the number of over-65s is projected to almost double to 1.29 million and make up almost 23.3 per cent of …

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