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Money Week

Money Week is a nationwide week of events that motivate New Zealanders to look at their financial situation and get their money into the best shape possible. Money Week is led by the Commission for Financial Capability and powered by Sorted.

Money Week 2016

Money Week 2016This year’s Money Week runs from 5 - 12 September and this year the focus is on helping you make a plan for your future.

During retirement you could spend up to $4,000 on loo rolls and $10,000 on beans. Have you planned how you’ll pay for ‘stuff’ when you retire?

Buying property is not a plan. Have you worked out what other savings you need for a comfortable retirement?

Start your plan now by checking out the Money Week website.

Money Week 2015 

In 2015 we celebrated Money Week by encouraging all New Zealanders to take a quick KiwiSaver health check. The aim was to help investors and consumers make sure their KiwiSaver is on track to help them achieve their retirement goals. You can view highlights below.

Money Week 2014

In 2014 we celebrated Money Week by hosting a panel discussion on promoting greater understanding of investment risk.

The discussion asked whether New Zealanders are any good at understanding risk. The aim was to help investors and consumers understand more about risk, a subject which many investors often find challenging. You can view the highlights below.