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What happens to my KiwiSaver when I retire?

Liam Robertson, 5 October 2022
Earlier in the year I wrote about goal setting and in particular, its importance to KiwiSaver. Specifically, I discussed the
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You ask. We answer. Milford Livestream event – August 2022

18 August 2022
Have investment questions on your mind? Watch our Ask Us Anything Livestream from Tuesday night where we provided an update on markets and answered our investors questions live on air.
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How much money you’ll need in retirement?

Kirsten Bennett, 4 August 2022
Have you ever asked yourself how much money you’ll need in retirement? New Zealand Superannuation alone may not provide a comfortable or even an adequate retirement income. So, it’s important for everyone to do what they can now to put themselves in a better position for the future.
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Why setting an investment goal can help keep you on track

Amanda Cleaver, 20 July 2022
How can you improve your investing outcomes? By ensuring your investing efforts start with a clear purpose. Clients often tell me they are investing to “grow their capital”. Which sounds reasonable right? I would argue that everyone, whether they consciously acknowledge it or not, has a deeper reason for investing than just wanting to grow their capital.
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Understanding Unit Prices

Bradley Dennehy-Beals, 21 July 2022
Understanding Unit Prices - Bradley discusses why KiwiSaver and Investment Funds have unit prices, why they move up and down in value and how they are shown in your client portal and mobile app.
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KiwiSaver Livestream Event: Tips, hacks and FAQs

6 April 2022
 Milford KiwiSaver Plan Livestream Event Recording: 5 April 2022 Presented by Milford Financial Advisers Eachann Bruce, Liam Robertson and Kirsten Bennett
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