2016 has been an unusual year says Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell, with assumptions about the world turned upside-down.
Plan for future
If you've been diagnosed with dementia, find out how to protect yourself and your family with EPAs, Wills and your finances.
Are you looking to downsize and would like your own home? There are options as a couple discovered when they shifted to Levin.
The silent disease
Osteoporosis is often referred to as a 'silent disease' because fractures may be the first sign. Find out how to prevent this happening.
Tradition and culture
A love of Korean language, culture and history, as well as a desire to see the traditions continue, is what drives this Champion to contribute.
Nanette Nathoo, QSM, is passionate about creating safer communities, and uses videos to get the message across to ethnic groups.
Attitudes to Age
NZ's first all-ages research into our attitudes towards ageing reveals respect for seniors but different views on what is young and old.
The Minister for Seniors is the Honourable Maggie Barry ONZM
If you are working and getting NZ Super, find out what that could mean for your tax in the latest edition of the newsletter. There's also a link to the new tax, benefits and finance hub on govt.nz and Champion Nanette Nathoo is helping to create safer communities.
The Healthy Ageing Strategy has been released. It sets the direction and an action plan for the health and wellbeing of older people. The strategy prioritises healthy ageing, acute and restorative care, long-term conditions, high and complex needs, and respectful end-of-life care.
The Retirement Commissioner Diane Maxwell has released her review and proposed increasing employer and employee contributions for Kiwisaver from 3 to 4 per cent. The review also suggests allowing people over 65 years to join Kiwisaver, among other recommendations.