As an ANZ KiwiSaver Scheme member you have easy access to the tools and information you need to help you get the best from your KiwiSaver account – now and in the future.

Work out how much you’ll have in retirement

Our quick and easy calculator to find out how much money you’ll need to have for the retirement lifestyle you want, how much you could save, and check whether you’re on track. 

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Decide which fund is right for you

Answer five easy questions to identify your tolerance for risk to help you decide which fund might be right for you. 

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Calculate and update your prescribed investor rate (PIR)

To make sure you pay the correct amount of tax on your KiwiSaver investment you need to tell us your PIR and let us know if it changes. You also need to tell us your IRD number.

Use this online form to work out and/or update your PIR..

Withdraw savings for your first home

If you’ve been a KiwiSaver member for at least three years, you may be able to use your KiwiSaver savings to help you buy your first home (check out our guide for more information).

Complete this online form to get a KiwiSaver first home withdrawal pre-approval letter – and get the process started.

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Keep track online

View your current balance, fund performance and more online by using ANZ Internet Banking, ANZ goMoney or our online account portal. Find out how to get access

Make sure you give us your email address too as we’ll send you our quarterly Spotlight newsletter, delivered right to your inbox, free. It has practical information and insights to help you make informed choices about your investment.

To provide or update your email address, email your full name, date of birth and IRD number to service@anzinvestments.co.nz, or call us on 0800 736 034.

ANZ New Zealand Investments Limited is the issuer and manager of the ANZ KiwiSaver Scheme. Important information is available under terms & conditions. Download the ANZ KiwiSaver Scheme guide and product disclosure statement, or enquire in any ANZ branch.

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