Do I still qualify for employer contributions after I turn 65 and I’m still working?

Last Updated: 30 Mar 2020

Your employer doesn’t have to make contributions after you reach 65. However, if you joined KiwiSaver for the first time before 1 July 2019 and were aged 60-64 at the time, you will receive compulsory employer contributions for 5 years, or until you make your first retirement withdrawal. If you’re still working and making employee contributions, talk to your employer to see if they might continue your employer contributions as well. Check out our making the most of KiwiSaver savings at retirement guide for more information.

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