About KiwiSaver

You need to be certain that your KiwiSaver is working for you. Simply putting in your monthly contribution and hoping that it will be enough for your retirement is not enough. Become an active investor and talk to an adviser today.

About KiwiSaver

KiwiSaver can be a great benefit to your life in New Zealand if it is properly managed. It can be a tool to provide a comfortable retirement or help towards your first home. It can also just be a small fund that doesn’t provide any real financial stability for you or your family. It all depends on how you manage your KiwiSaver in the long-term.

At Lifetime, we fully understand the ins and outs of this government scheme and can assess your lifestyle and guide you towards the best possible funds for your situation. By optimsing the funds you are invested in and the contributions you make, we may be able to significantly increase your overall balance, giving you the security you need for your retirement.

The younger you are the less likely it is that you will be able to rely on government superannuation for your retirement. This only increases the importance of your KiwiSaver. We can help you make the most of your contributions to ensure your money is being invested into the right funds. As you get older, we will continue to monitor your funds, helping you to adjust where your money goes and ensure you are fully prepared to financially retire.

If you have KiwiSaver you will benefit from talking to one of our experts. Simply relying on the government scheme you have been automatically enrolled in is not enough if you are truly interested in making your KiwiSaver work for you. We can help by talking to you about the different funds and guiding you towards the best direction to help your financial future.

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KiwiSaver has been the most successful public private partnership in New Zealand’s recent history and has persuaded more than 1.7 million New Zealanders to commit to long term savings for retirement, well beyond the initial expectations of Government. (FSC, 2016).