You can view your Milford KiwiSaver account online where you can also monitor your Milford KiwiSaver performance right away. Simply click Account Login at the top right of their page and select your relevant login type. Alternatively, you can view your KiwiSaver account balance on your online banking app.
Yes, you can! If you’re still young and retirement seems like a long way away, then you can still withdraw your KiwiSaver funds for a number of reasons, of which buying your first home is one of them. Your KiwiSaver funds, along with a governmental HomeStart grant of up to $10,000 can often make up the majority of your house deposit, so even if you’re young, start saving with KiwiSaver now!
The default Milford KiwiSaver scheme is their Conservative fund; this is because their default scheme is designed to work for the short term and those automatically enrolled in it are expected to leave the fund once they decide on one that works better for them.
Making a contribution to your KiwiSaver is easy- just about too easy, in fact. If you work and are enrolled in a KiwiSaver scheme, then a certain percentage of your earnings will automatically go into your account every week (along with a contribution from your employer and the government). You can make a voluntary contribution by writing a cheque to Milford or by Direct credit or debit via online banking.
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