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Investment Returns – Good news for shares

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Welcome to the spring issue of Investor News. In this edition we share news about changes we’re making to some of our portfolios and how we’re making it even easier to join the MAS KiwiSaver Plan. You’ll also learn about investment returns during the September quarter and our investment managers tell us what their outlook for financial markets is.

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The combined funds under management (FUM) of the MAS KiwiSaver Plan and the MAS Retirement Savings Plan have exceeded $1.5 billion for the first time.

MAS KiwiSaver and MAS Retirement Savings Plan funds under management exceed $1.5bn for the first time

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The combined funds under management (FUM) of the MAS KiwiSaver and the MAS Retirement Savings Plan have exceeded $1.5 billion for the first time. We created this infographic to highlight some of the achievements of the MAS KiwiSaver Plan and the MAS Retirement Saving Plan.

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Demystifying income protection jargon

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The insurance industry is full of jargon that often appears to be part of a secret underground language, designed to confuse and bewilder. Money week is an excellent platform to reveal part of the secret code which makes up many Income protection policies. Prepare to have the magician’s cloak pulled aside and be amazed at how simple it really is.

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Choosing Third Party Cover versus Comprehensive Cover

By | Good Living, Insurance, Money & Finances, Money Week, Motoring | No Comments

“You’re not allowed to buy a car until you can afford insurance”. That’s the message drilled into most young adults who are looking to buy their first car. Some parents can be quite adamant that until insurance cover is purchased there will be no way their pride and joy is driving their pride and joy on any public roads. The financial risks are just too great.

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