Increasing living costs are having a dramatic impact on Kiwis, according to a recent survey conducted by Heartland in partnership with GrownUps.
With inflation at its highest level in three decades and interest rates still relatively low by historic standards, more and more homeowners over 60 are weighing up whether a reverse mortgage could help them live a better retirement.
The retirement gap is growing and 65% of Kiwis are worried about having enough. How can you avoid being one of them?
This last article in our ‘Super-Savers’ series encourages you to think-big in order to save!
New Zealand’s old stalwart of saving, Bonus Bonds, is winding down after more than 50 years of service. Meanwhile, some KiwiSaver default providers are changing. Is your nest egg where it should be? Milford investigates.
For many, full time retirement sounds perfect. Others, however, aren’t quite ready to give up work altogether, simply because they’ve reached sixty-five. And, let’s face it, many of us can’t quite afford to! That’s were a ‘side hustle’ – a part-time job or short-stint of work – can come in handy.
Welcome to the fourth in our ‘Super-Saver’ series. This week we share tips and tricks on how to entertain – for less!
It's no secret New Zealand has an aging population. As medical care improves, we’re living longer – on average, 80% of Kiwi men aged 65 can expect to live until they’re 90, and women until they’re 94. A longer life means a longer retirement, and a longer retirement means more spending.
Retirement should be a time to relax – whether this means finally getting around to that ...
There are plenty of economists and commentators who have been talking about interest rates being lower ...