STEP 11
Review Your Investments 


If you have investments it is a good idea to review these regularly. Are you are getting a good return? Those who are saving for a house deposit should keep those savings on term deposit. Shop around and get the best rate you can from one of the major banks.

Kiwisaver: If you are not part of Kiwisaver yet you are not getting a lot of ‘free’ money from the Government. Check that your Kiwisaver fund is appropriate to your circumstances. Get independent advice if you are unsure – there is a lot of money at stake here. You will be relying on this money to live the life of your dreams sometime in the future. If you need advice on Kiwisaver (or anything else) follow the link to Kanohi ki te kanohi.

Your iwi may also have a saving scheme available for you, such as the Ngai Tahu Whai Rawa scheme for registered members.

 Kohikohia hgā hua kākano, whakaritea te pārekereke, kia puāwai ngā hua 
Gather the seeds, prepare the seedbed carefully, and you will be gifted with abundance of food!

“I have my money working for me” 


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