Test your NZ KiwiSaver knowledge

Thu Jan. 21st 2016

KiwiSaver is only going to become more and more important as time marches on. For many it will soon be their second largest asset after their house.

However, research shows many of us don't fully understand KiwiSaver and that just under half of all KiwiSaver members are still invested in cash, default and conservative assets which may not be suitable for long term retirement savings.

I have partnered with Generate KiwiSaver, a NZ owned and operated specialist. Generate have provided a simple 4 question survey to help you find out what you know about the key drivers of KiwiSaver. If you would like a no obligation appointment to discuss KiwiSaver simply enter your details at the end of the survey and I will give you a call.

And, for a limited time, if you attend a KiwiSaver appointment with me, you will go in the draw for a $3,000 House of Travel Voucher or one of ten $100 GrabOne Vouchers. Good luck!


Click here to find out how much you really know about KiwiSaver.

Get in touch with the experts at Cave Financial. Call them on 09 985 3033 or email cavefinancial@qbg.co.nz

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