Q&As: Why I won’t publish list of top-performing share funds; What happens to KiwiSaver at 65…; …but what if you’ve been in the scheme less than 5 years?; Bad news for travelling teacher about NZ Super eligibility.
Eating your house: Ways to make use of the value of your house in retirement — Comfort for struggling younger savers?; Sell and buy smaller, but…; Various ways to share your home with others; Getting a break on rates; Reverse mortgages a.k.a. home equity release — a good idea?; FOLLOW-UP from last week to listener’s question on how to buy shares.
Listeners’ questions, comments and quibbles on the last discussion — on index funds and exchange traded funds: How to begin at share investing; Some critical views about shares, index funds and corporations; Why fewer than half active funds can beat index funds; Medians and averages — the difference, and when it matters.
Q&As: Retiree still wants to have fun in the markets; Whose tax rate should be used on a joint bank account?; Daughter should bring back house money from the UK gradually; Which banks now require notice for term deposit early withdrawals?; Should families get money if a person dies before getting any NZ Super?