SuperEasy KiwiSaver performance generally depends on the share prices, company activities, and market fluctuations, among others things. No one can really tell how they’re going to perform in the future - this is why the risk factor is considered. However, it’s anticipated, based on past KiwiSaver performances, that the returns on balanced funds are 5% p.a. (after tax and fees), and for growth funds are around 6% to 7% pa.
SuperEasy offers two saving schemes: SuperEasy and SuperEasy KiwiSaver Superannuation Scheme, which have the same investment funds and management fees. SuperEasy is more flexible compared to SuperEasy KiwiSaver Superannuation Scheme, as it allows members to manage how much of their savings are locked in.
Your KiwiSaver account will accumulate money for your retirement until you’ve reached the age of 65. Once you turn 65, you can still have the option to continue with your contributions, but it won’t be mandatory any more. There’s no limit on how much you should save, and this will depend largely on your income and employment. However, it’s a general rule of thumb that the more you save up for retirement, the more money you can enjoy during that period.
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