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Take a moment to think about how far you’ve come. The friends that are now family. The house that’s become a home. Maybe even the netball club you’ve supported since day one. These are the things in life that truly matter. This is your legacy, and Public Trust empower New Zealanders, like you, to protect it.

Did you know

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62% of wāhine don’t feel prepared for retirement
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80% of wāhine rate their financial well-being as very low to moderate
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Over 60% of wāhine worry about money daily, weekly or monthly

Your checklist to protect what matters

House & Property
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Kids & Grandchildren
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Kiwisaver Scheme
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Bank Accounts
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Art
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Pets
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Collectibles like your Crown Lynn
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Items of value like your car

Six steps to protecting what matters

Protecting what matters to you has never been easier. Let us break down how best to protect what matters most to you into smaller steps so you can gain the knowledge and confidence to make smart decisions and feel assured about protecting yourself, the people in your life, your present and future funds and what you own.

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Why Public Trust

We’re run by Kiwis for Kiwis, and we’ve been protecting and empowering the legacies of New Zealanders like you since 1873, but Kiwis come to us for more than just our wealth of experience.

As a Crown Entity, we’ve got all New Zealander’s best interests at heart. Furthermore, we have customer centres right around New Zealand, allowing you to pop in and talk with one of our trustees in person if you need any guidance. Get in touch in a way that suits you.

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Take action

Taking control of your finances doesn’t have to be stressful. Learn how you can empower yourself and cure those financial anxieties. We’ve complied this fantastic list of resources by expert wāhine to help you in your financial well-being journey by taking charge and becoming more confident in your financial choices.