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KiwiSaver offers benefits no other investment can
When you join KiwiSaver you will receive:
A 3% contribution from your employer.
If you’re contributing to KiwiSaver from your salary or wages, your employer is required to put in a minimum of 3% of your Before Tax Pay (less employer’s superannuation contribution tax).
Government Contributions of up to $521.43 every year.
For every $1 you put into your KiwiSaver scheme account, the Government will put in 50 cents up to a maximum of $521.43 per year, if you’re 18 or over. This is called a Member Tax Credit.
First home withdrawal.
If you’ve never owned a home, and you’ve been a KiwiSaver member for at least three years, you can take out all of the money both you and your employer have put in, as well as all of the investment returns, to help buy your first home.**
Up to $10,000 First Home Grant.
On top of the first home withdrawal, if you’re eligible, you may also receive up to $10,000 as a HomeStart grant from the Government towards your first home.*
Your money is held in trust.
Whether you are with a big Aussie bank or a New Zealand owned KiwiSaver specialist, the KiwiSaver Act requires your investments to be held by a licensed trustee and not the scheme provider. This means you can focus on selecting the fund that’s right for you knowing your investments are being held and supervised by an independent trustee.
*KiwiSaver performance tables for the financial year ending 30 June 2018. Past Performance is not a reliable indicator of future performance. Returns since inception should be assessed