Friday, 11 April 2008

No Kiwisaver, we're MPs!

MPs are voting with their own wallets on what they think of Kiwisaver: the just-released Register of Pecuniary Interests shows that "while all 121 MPs had some form of superannuation saving ... only five listed KiwiSaver. All were Labour MPs and only one - Pete Hodgson, 57 - is a Cabinet minister."

Obvious conclusions are invited.

1 comment:

  1. Let's see - one the one hand, I could contribute to the parliamentary super scheme and get a $2.50 subsidy from the plebs for every $1 I pay in...or on the other hand, I could open a kiwiloser account. Which will it be then?

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