FMA wants New Zealanders to give their KiwiSaver accounts an online health check as part of Money Week.
It is directing consumers to its website, where it asks whether they know who their provider is, what type of fund they were in, whether their KiwiSaver account is on the right tax rate, how much they have in their account and whether they think their KiwiSaver account is government-guaranteed.
It offers more tools and information.
The FMA is also hosting a free event at Westfield Riccarton Mall in Christchurch, where people can take part in an interactive version of the KiwiSaver health check...MORE»
Thursday, August 27th, 6:00AM
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