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How fees, performance of new Kiwisaver default funds compare

Andy Fyers
Wed, 05 Jan 2022

How fees, performance of new Kiwisaver default funds compare
The government is banking on low fees giving Kiwisaver the best bang for their buck.
Andy Fyers
Wed, 05 Jan 2022
This article has been republished. It was first published in May 2021.Past performance may not be indicative of future performance.It's a well-worn caution to any investor trying to work out where to put their Kiwisaver cash.Faced with dozens of choices and relatively limited performance data to judge on – Kiwisaver has only been around for 14 years after all – one way to ensure you keep as much as possible actually invested, is to choose a fund based primarily on low fees.That's the approach the government has taken in the...

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