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Fisher Funds Answers: Can KiwiSaver go negative?

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29 April, 2020

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We are answering "the web's most asked questions", answering the finance questions Kiwis are searching for.

One of our Senior KiwiSaver Specialists, Carly Bartlett, answers this popular question "can KiwiSaver go negative?" She talks about how your KiwiSaver balance may fluctuate with the market and you may experience periods of negative returns, however your KiwiSaver account can not go into a negative balance.

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