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Financial Capability

Retirement Commissioner urges calm over KiwiSaver funds

The current sharemarket drop should not be a reason for people to mess with their KiwiSaver funds, says Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell.

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New vacancy: Digital Project Manager

Join an organisation helping all New Zealanders become more financially capable, focusing on our new schools programme.

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CFFC welcomes government crackdown on loan sharks

Measures announced by the Prime Minister and Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs will go a long way to restricting the impact of opportunist lenders on vulnerable families.

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Scams and fraud - we need to stop blaming victims

Our Fraud Education Manager Bronwyn Groot says the stigma carried by victims of scams worsens the crime’s far reaching effects, and blame for this type of fraud needs to shift to the offenders.

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What we don't know about KiwiSaver

To mark World Investor Week, we look at the number of KiwiSaver members who ticked 'Don't Know' in our latest survey, and could be missing out.

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Ageism in the workplace

Employers are facing an increasing shortage of labour and skilled applicants, yet the majority admit that older workers can face barriers to being hired because of age. Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell explains why this is a big problem, and we need to do something about it.

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68 in 2038 - how to be financially secure

In 20 years time, 1.3 million New Zealanders will be aged 65+. How can we best prepare to be financially secure? This story through the eyes of a 68-year-old woman was supplied by the CFFC to the Office for Seniors to use in its Ageing Population Strategy consultation.

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Investment scams - a cautionary tale

David's experience in successful investing didn't prevent him falling prey to a sophisticated scam. Here's how to avoid a trap the CFFC sees all too often.

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