ANZ Smart Choice Super Investor Update : Member Update Summer 2015
Save fees by having one super fund If you’ve got more than one super fund, you’re likely paying multiple sets of fees. So why not get yourself sorted with our innovative online paperless transfers? Log in to ANZ Internet Banking or the Grow by ANZTM app, select your ANZ Smart Choice Super account and any other funds we’ve located should automatically populate. Not seeing any results? Notify your employer If you’ve never got around to notifying your employer or recently changed jobs – simply log in to ANZ Internet Banking or Grow by ANZTM, click on your ANZ Smart Choice Super account and select ‘Notify my employer’ to download the fully completed form. Hand this to your employer to arrange your compulsory contributions to be paid in your ANZ Smart Choice Super account. Update your beneficiaries Everyone with super should consider nominating a beneficiary or beneficiaries for their super – or run the risk of your savings going to someone you’d prefer it didn’t. Update your beneficiaries today by visiting ANZ Internet Banking, click on your ANZ Smart Choice Super account and refer to the ‘My beneficiaries’ section on the main snapshot page. There are no paper forms or signatures required. Check your insurance cover Log in to ANZ Internet Banking and select your ANZ Smart Choice Super account to check your current insurance status. Adding insurance cover to your account is instant with no medicals or paperwork required* . See how you’re tracking Want to retire earlier? Work longer? Or simply play around with some scenarios. The retirement calculator on ANZ Internet Banking remembers your details and allows you to easily determine how you’re looking for retirement. Simply log on to ANZ Internet Banking, click on your ANZ Smart Choice Super account and click on ‘Retirement calculator’ on the main snapshot page. Super tips for 2015 9 Want to get your super off to the best possible start in 2015? Our top 5 tips may just be what you need. *subject to eligibility. Before consolidating your super, you need to consider any adverse consequences, including exit fees, loss of benefits (e.g. insurance cover) or increase in investment risks.
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