Joining Juno is easy for both you and your children. Simply head to the Juno website and enter a few details into Junos signup form. You will need your child's ID in the form of a passport, driver's license or birth certificate and for children aged fifteen and under both parents will be required to fill out the online application and verify your child's identity; finally, they will also need an IRD number.
Yes! With regular contributions from yourself, your employer, and the government, as well as a Homestart Grant from the NZ government finding the money for a deposit for your first home is easy.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t matter how much money is in your child's account, if they are under eighteen, they do not receive the government contribution of $521.43. Once they are eighteen, if they earn at least $34,762 before tax and contribute at least 3% to their KiwiSaver, they’ll automatically qualify for the government contribution.
Both the highlighted deals i clicked through to get turned out to be inaccurate speeds. Glimp saying 300/100 both providers only offering 100/20 for the price given, despite giving the same address in both sites. still giving 3 stars though as regardless the deals through Glimp are better than the standard advertised deals on the providers site.
Sign up didn't go quite the way it was meant to. But Kate called and she walked through everything so we could work out what went wrong. she was patient, friendly, supportive and kept me calm to finally get plan registration sorted ( still can't log in though - she must be magic )
Found it really easy to find what i needed and also got a call regarding what deals might be best suited etc. Saves a lot of time. Highly reccommend glimp