Why retirement commissioner needs to know the numbers

Financial literacy ranks high on the list of priorities for a new retirement commissioner.

After a decade in the job, Diana Crossan will step down in January from her role as commissioner.

She is best known for leading the charge when it comes to improving New Zealanders’ saving budgeting skills.

Ms Crossan has also been a tireless, if so far unsuccessful, campaigner to lift the retirement age to 67 by raising it in two-month increments every year from 2020.


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