The National Party’s plan is to make the economy grow. Labour’s plan is to tax you more and make you work two more years to pay for their extra spending and debt.

The money for Labour’s increased employer contributions to KiwiSaver has to come from somewhere – from jobs, lower wages or higher prices for consumers.

This is another cost Labour wants to push on to businesses when the recovery is still fragile. That will send businesses to the wall and cost jobs.

This is in addition to Labour’s complex Capital Gains Tax that will hit all New Zealand businesses and farms, an ETS that will double costs to businesses; and a 1970s industrial relations policy.

Compulsory KiwiSaver will also cost the Government hundreds of millions more in incentives every year, requiring even more borrowing.

Don’t be fooled by Labour’s election bribes.