Viewing entries tagged with 'Financial Literacy'

One in seven Kiwis should be in financial 'intensive care', says Commission for Financial Capability

3 April 2017 The government's money education agency says 14 per cent of Kiwis should be sent straight to financial "intensive care". More>

RBNZ considers whether to take a more 'graduated approach' in monitoring insurers' solvency

3 April 2017 RBNZ considers whether to: take a more 'graduated approach' in monitoring insurers' solvency, make insurers disclose as much information as banks, and require all insurers that operate in NZ to be locally incorporated. More>

Baby Boomers still care about the kids' inheritance

15 February 2017 Changing attitudes have left some parents at odds with their adult children about money, but Baby Boomers are being told: If you don't like how your kids handle their finances, you probably have yourself to blame. More>

Spotlight on clear KiwiSaver and workplace savings comms

4 October 2011

Improving financial literacy and giving the public clearly understandable financial information are hot topics right now.  The providers of workplace savings and KiwiSaver schemes have the opportunity to show they care about clear, honest communication through the Workplace Savings NZ Communication Awards.

Forum to “de-mystify workplace savings”

6 August 2009

De-mystifying the workplace savings experience is essential if New Zealanders are to understand the information provided to them, and the financial implications of the decisions they make.