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?

    ReplyDelete

1. Commenters are welcome and are invited to challenge the facts presented herein. Commenters who wish to ignore them however will themselves be ignored.
2. Read before you comment.
3. Say what you mean, and mean what you say.
4. Off-topic grandstanding, trolling and spam is moderated. (Unless it's entertaining.)