4 August 2011
Enrolling everyone who is in work into KiwiSaver remains on the table as both Labour and National consider their election savings plans. Prime Minister John Key was keen to get more people enrolled in the superannuation scheme but stopped short of supporting automatic enrolment.
4 August 2011
Coverage from today's TVNZ Breakfast programme - featuring David Ireland, Chairman of Workplace Savings NZ
3 August 2011
Up to a million people who are in work but have not yet joined KiwiSaver may be automatically enrolled in the savings scheme under a plan being considered by the Government.
21 July 2011
Most of the money people put into KiwiSaver they would have saved anyway. Most of the people KiwiSaver was especially intended to benefit are not in the scheme. Most of the scheme's taxpayer subsidy leaks to those outside the target group.
13 July 2011
Politicians need to address the future cost of New Zealand's aging population before it is too late, a retirement policy expert says.
30 June 2011
KiwiSaver turns four tomorrow and despite the Government's tinkering in the last Budget, the voluntary scheme remains a popular vehicle for people to save for their retirement.
30 May 2011
A majority of voters believe the Government should now be discussing raising the superannuation age, the latest Herald-DigiPoll survey shows.
19 May 2011
The KiwiSaver changes announced in the Budget do not alter the need for people to save for their retirement, but they will make the journey to your savings goal much tougher.
17 May 2011
Standard & Poor's today told Radio New Zealand cuts to KiwiSaver had the potential to pull New Zealand further into debt.
12 May 2011
The Government's signal of changes to KiwiSaver in the Budget next week was yet another round of amendments to a scheme subject to almost continuous tinkering during its relatively short life, Chapman Tripp said.