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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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Reflection – the third of the three stages of retirement

In our previous articles Retirement – the three stages  and Endeavour – the second of the three stages of retirement we took a look at the first two stages of retirement proposed by the Commission for Financial Capability.  The ‘Discovery’ stage covered the ages 65 – 74 and looks at the early portion …

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Endeavour – the second of the three stages of retirement

In our previous article Retirement – the three stages we took a look at ‘Discovery’, the first stage of retirement proposed by the Commission for Financial Capability.  The ‘Discovery’ stage covered the ages 65 – 74.  The ‘Discovery’ stage is the early portion of retirement which for many is the ‘doing’ …

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Retirement – the three stages

I have been reading an interesting article on the Commission for Financial Capability website about the 3 stages of retirement which contains some really thought provoking information.  I’ve always thought of retirement as that magical age you reach, which until recently, you then had to leave work to ‘retire’.  Retirement means …

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