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OneAnswer KiwiSaver Scheme
Managing your KiwiSaver
Stay on top of your KiwiSaver account anywhere, anytime.
Keep track of your KiwiSaver balance alongside your other ANZ accounts.
See how your KiwiSaver investment is performing, and view past transactions.
Check which fund you’re invested in, as well as your Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR).
Make additional payments by transferring money into your KiwiSaver account directly from your ANZ transaction accounts.
If you’re not already registered for ANZ Internet Banking or the ANZ goMoney app, find out how.
If you don’t bank with ANZ and haven’t shown us your ID yet, you’ll need to pop into your nearest branch and provide proof of ID and your address before you can register.
Find your nearest branch and what forms of ID we accept.
View your current balance
View your transaction history
View your investment’s performance
Transfer money directly to your KiwiSaver account from any ANZ transactional account
Download your annual account statements
Download a list of transactions over a certain time period
Check what fund(s) you’re invested in
Change what funds(s) you’re invested in
Check your Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR)
Change your Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR)
Change your contribution rate
There are two ways you can make payments into your KiwiSaver account.
As a KiwiSaver member, you may benefit from these other kinds of contributions too.
Find out more about your KiwiSaver contribution options.
All investments involve a trade-off between risk and return – so understanding where you sit on the ‘risk vs return’ scale is an important factor in choosing a fund. Use our Risk Profile Tool to help you identify your tolerance for investment risk.
Use our KiwiSaver account calculator to find out how much you’re likely to have in retirement, how much you’ll need for the lifestyle you want, and what you can do if there’s a gap.
The tax you pay on your investment income depends on your Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR) – so it’s worth making sure we have your correct PIR. Work out your PIR and update it if necessary.
You can usually withdraw your savings from your KiwiSaver account when you turn 65, as well as in a few other situations.
Looking to transfer your Australian Super to your KiwiSaver account? Find out what you need to know.
If you’re planning to move to Australia permanently, or you’ve already done so, you may be able to transfer your KiwiSaver savings to an Australian Super scheme.
Looking to buy your first home? Find out how KiwiSaver could help you get there.
What happens when you reach retirement age? Where will your income come from in retirement and what are your options for your KiwiSaver savings?
Whatever your financial goals, a financial adviser can help you achieve them with advice tailored to your needs.
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ANZ New Zealand Investments Limited (‘ANZ Investments’) is the issuer and manager of the OneAnswer KiwiSaver Scheme. Important information is available under terms and conditions. Download the guide and product disclosure statement.