With most other providers, you’ll pay two, three, or even four different types of fees. Ouch! But at JUNO, we only charge one fixed monthly fee, based on the size of your KiwiSaver balance and it’s one of the lowest around.
The less you pay in fees, the more money that’s left to benefit from returns. At the end of the day, low fees means more money for you.
At JUNO, we like to keep things simple. That’s why you pay just one, low fixed monthly fee, based on the size of your balance. The less you pay in fees, means there’s more money left for you to benefit from returns. It’s simple – low fees means more money for you!
One low fixed monthly fee based on the size of your balance. Paying low fees helps grow your KiwiSaver balance, and means there’s more money to benefit from returns.
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A market index contains similar assets and has similar risk to the JUNO funds, and so is a good reference point for judging performance. Every fund type is made up of a different mix of asset types.
Each asset type (equities, fixed income and cash) in each fund has a market index. So, the market index figures shown combine two or more market indices, depending on the assets in the fund. For example, the JUNO Growth Fund combines market indices for equities, fixed income and cash. Finally, the combination of market indices for each fund is weighted according to its target asset mix.
For example, the market index return for the JUNO Growth Fund is 80% the return of the market index for equities, 10% the return for fixed income and 10% the return of the market index for cash. More information about the JUNO KiwiSaver Scheme market indices can be found in the Statement of Investment Policy and Objectives (SIPO).