Below you will find some recent articles either prepared by Martin or where he has commented on topical issues.
Stuff - May 21 2017
You do not have to leave KiwiSaver when you turn 65.
Sure, on your 65th birthday you are entitled to take out all your money (provided you have been a member for five years), but if you have nothing compelling to do with the money, maybe you should stay with it.
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