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If you want the certainty of a fixed return and have $5,000 or more to invest, a term investment may be a great option. You can choose to invest in a term deposit or a term PIE fund. To work out how you can get a better overall return by splitting your term investment over a range of different maturity periods, try the Split Term calculator.
Where you deposit a lump sum, for a fixed term, and receive a fixed rate of interest.
An investment that works in a similar way to a term deposit but you could have the advantage of paying less tax.
How can I split my Term Investment?
Work out how you can get a better overall return by splitting your term investment over a range of different maturity periods with this calculator.
Notice of change to Term Sheets
We have made a few changes to the Term Sheets for Westpac Term Deposits and the Westpac Term PIE Fund. Click here to view the copy of the new Term Sheets.