My home is freehold but I have to pay normal living costs that is equal to a couple. eg rates water etc. This comes to approximately $200.00 per week and there are also incidentals. The amount that I get on super leaves me with $138.00 for any upkeep of the house and there is no money left for socializing
I have suggested on your other question, that you still try for a review although the passage of time may make this difficult. Perhaps the otrher r4emedy is to ask the Ombudsman as they investigate unfairness, and you certainly can argue that the failure to keep you advised of options is unfair.
who is and how do I get in touch with Ombudsman?
Look at this site http://www.ombudsman.parliament.nz/
This should tell you about who the ombudsman is and how the office can help you
I have been told that I can't go for election as that is in the ACC act 2001 and apparenty I am under the 1998 insurance act and therefore can't go for that. Have been doing some huntin on that act but it is so involedthat I can't get my head around it. Because me and my late husband are 65. I am only to recieve super which I am going to find very hard to live on. Can you help with the 1998 act to see if there is anyghting that cna be done
What gets me is that if he had not been killed in a work accident. He woud also be getting super and we could get along with that. Am I entitled to a widow's benefit or anything elsd
What gets me is that if ny husband had not been killed in a work accident. He could also be getting super and we could we could get along with that. Under the super is there any other way they coud help. Could get a widows pension or something like that I'm going to get desperate soon. I just do not know what to do
yes please. I have to go out for an appointment now and will get back to you when I get home
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