View and manage your ANZ Investment Funds anywhere, anytime via ANZ Internet Banking and goMoney.
Check your balance
View past transactions
Find out how your investment has performed
Make additional investments by transferring money directly from your ANZ transaction account
Check which fund(s) you're invested in
Check your prescribed Investor Rate (PIR)
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Making additional investments
You can make additional investments in ANZ Investment Funds anytime, either as one-off lump sums or regular direct debits. There’s no minimum investment amount, and you won’t be charged a fee for adding to your investment.
It will usually take up to three business days for your investment to reach your ANZ Investment Funds account, and up to five business days to show in ANZ Internet Banking and goMoney.
Include the following information with your payment, otherwise we won’t be able to credit your payment to the correct account:
Your date of birth (DDMMYYY)
Your investor number or ANZ customer number or IRD number
If you’re invested in more than one fund, any additional investments you make will be allocated at the same percentage as last time. If you wish to change how your future investments are allocated, you’ll need to complete a Transaction Form (at the back of the ANZ Investment Funds product disclosure statement) before making your next investment.
Because ANZ Investment Funds are flexible, you can withdraw one-off lump sums anytime or make regular withdrawals to supplement your income – the choice is yours.
To make a lump sum withdrawal, or to set up regular withdrawals, simply complete and return a Withdrawal Form.
It’s important to check your Prescribed Investor Rate (PIR) annually to make sure you’re paying the right amount of tax on your investment account.
Why is this important?
If you give us a PIR that’s too high, you may pay too much tax and you won’t be able to claim back any overpaid tax.
If you give us a PIR that’s too low, you’ll likely be faced with an unexpected tax bill from Inland Revenue.
We may be notified by Inland Revenue to update your PIR if they believe it is incorrect. We are required to apply this updated PIR. However, you can provide us with a different PIR if you believe it is incorrect.