2017 WORKPLACE SAVINGS AWARDS NOW OPEN!
Nominations open 15 June 2017
Nominations close 31 July 2017
To enter and for 2017 Workplace Savings Awards information visit: www.workplacesavingsawards.org.nz
The winners of the 2017 Workplace Savings Awards will be announced at the Gala Awards Dinner during this year's annual conference on Thursday, 7 September 2017
For information and to register for the conference visit: www.navigatingchange.co.nz
2017 NAVIGATING CHANGE NATIONAL CONFERENCE. LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE, SO DON'T DELAY!
* Hilton Hotel, Auckland * 7-8 September 2017
We are proud to announce the launch of the inaugural Financial Services Council (FSC) and Workplace Savings NZ (WSNZ) national conference. The two-day conference aims to showcase the big issues facing the sector as well as challenging and inspiring delegates to Navigate the Change in their worlds. The conference will be jointly hosted by the Financial Services Council and Workplace Savings NZ.
For more information and to register visit www.navigatingchange.co.nz
The Workplace Savings 2016 report is now available online. Click here to view the report.
WSNZ ACTION & INDUSTRY UPDATES
View the latest updates and member communications here. Login required.
Workplace Savings NZ's updated industry guidelines are available here:
Significant Financial Hardship Processing Guidelines 2015
Serious Illness Processing Guidelines 2015
Buying a Home with KiwiSaver 2015 (incorporates HomeStart changes)
:: HomeStart Grant and First Home KiwiSaver withdrawals
:: KiwiSaver quarterly surveys. Member login required.
:: FMC Act: Summary report for members.
:: KiwiSaver: provider information and more.
:: Workplace Savings NZ Annual Report 2015.
10 July 2017
NZ Herald: This week we follow up on last week's column about a survey on how readers have done in KiwiSaver.
Many of the respondents made comments about the scheme, so we'll look into some of those this week. More>
10 July 2017
Auckland Scoop: The gap between income and expenditure for New Zealand retirees continues to shrink, but rising housing and household utility bills mean most Kiwis’ superannuation payments still don’t cover their costs of living, says a leading personal finance academic. MORE>