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With TSB Cash PIE, you’ll see up to 5% more of your return – because you won’t pay more than 28% tax to the IRD, even if your personal tax rate is higher than that. It’s the easy way to ensure you earn competitive interest on your investment.
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PIE Cash Fund at a glance
*Assumes invested for a full year, receiving quarterly interest, you have a Prescribed Investor Rate of 28% and no withdrawals are made.
View our Disclosure Statement or pickup a copy at your nearest branch. Use of our accounts and services are subject to TSB Bank's General Banking Information. The minimum opening account and minimum balance to maintain is $5,000. Subsequent deposits or withdrawals must be for a minimum of $1,000 or above. There is no entry, management, administrative or transaction changes. Daily interest is accumulated and credited quarterly on the first business days of April, July, October and January. The TSB Bank PIE Cash Fund was established under, and governed by, the Master Trust Deed and the Establishment Deed both dated 21 August 2008 (as amended). The Master Trust Deed and the Establishment Deed together with the most recent financial statements of the Fund are available free of charge on request from us during normal business hours. These documents are also available on the Companies Office’s website www.business.govt.nz/companies for public inspection.
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