Publisher David Chaston and personal finance editor Amanda Morrall introduce changes to interest.co.nz's KiwiSaver section

Publisher David Chaston and personal finance editor Amanda Morrall introduce changes to interest.co.nz's KiwiSaver section

Interest.co.nz is pleased unveil a new and improved KiwiSaver section, a one-stop shopping place to help you keep tabs on your nestegg and its provider.

The section changes include a new find your fund landing page where a comprehensive list of funds can be found in alphabetical order and by peer group.

Members, of which their are close to 1.8 million now,  can also find their fund in the search box preceding the list.

The find your fund feature links to a full fund profile including information on managers, asset allocation, adjusted and published performance as well as fees and expenses.

To compare it with funds of a similar peer group, navigate to the top of the profile page and hit the relevant query.

We have retained our performance ranking which will be updated on a quarterly basis.

Our popular Q&A section also remains in tact and we welcome any questions you might have if you can't find them in the queue.

You'll note our KiwiSaver calculators, one for gauging how much you'll pay in fees over the life of your KiwiSaver, another for calculating the estimated size of your fund depending on the type of returns it generates.

And finally some useful external links to sites and resources on KiwiSaver.

We welcome your feedback and or suggestions.

 

 

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