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9. Please read and sign.
By signing, I:
Certify that I have received and read the current prospectus of the Fund(s) in which I am investing. I certify that I have the
authority and legal capacity to make this purchase and that I am of legal age in my state of residence.
Agree to read the prospectus for any Janus Henderson fund(s) into which I may request an exchange in the future. I
understand that the terms, representations and conditions in this application and the prospectus, as amended from time to
time, will apply to this account and any account established at a later date.
Agree that if we opened a joint account that we will be joint tenants with rights of survivorship (unless otherwise indicated, or if
we are residents of Louisiana).
Authorize the Fund and its agents to act upon instructions (by phone, in writing, online or by other means) believed to be
genuine and in accordance with procedures described in the prospectus for this account or any account into which exchanges
are made. I agree that neither the Funds nor the transfer agent will be liable for any loss, cost or expense for acting on such
instructions, provided the Fund employs reasonable procedures to confirm that instructions communicated are genuine. I
understand it is my responsibility to review account statements and inform Janus Henderson of errors posted to my account. I
understand Janus Henderson reserves the right not to correct errors not brought to the company’s attention within a
reasonable time period. I understand that anyone who can properly identify my account(s) may be able to make telephone
transactions on my behalf.
Authorize the Fund and its agents to issue credits to and make debits from the bank account information set forth on this
application. I agree that Janus Henderson shall be fully protected in honoring any such transaction. I also agree that Janus
Henderson may make additional attempts to debit/credit my account if the initial attempt fails and that I will be liable for any
Agree that if I submit bank information that is for a bank that does not participate in the Automated Clearing House (ACH) or
provide information for a nonbank account, Janus Henderson will price my purchase at the net asset value next determined
after Janus Henderson receives good funds. All account options selected will become part of the terms, representations and
conditions of this application.
Authorize the Fund and its agents to establish telephone and online redemption and purchase privileges on my account.
I also authorize the Fund and its agents to reinvest all income dividends and capital gains distributions in the distributing fund.
I authorize the Fund and its agents to establish redemption privileges by electronic transfer to the bank account set forth on
Consent to the ‘householded’ delivery of any fund prospectuses, shareholder reports or other documents (except transaction
confirmations and account statements) that I am required, by law, to receive. This means Janus Henderson will generally
deliver a single copy of the most recent annual and semi-annual reports, prospectuses, and newsletters to investors who share
an address, even if the accounts are registered under different names. My participation in this program will continue indefinitely
unless I contact Janus Henderson.
Acknowledge pursuant to the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of 2008, Janus Henderson is required to track and report
cost basis information on the sale (redemption or exchange) of Covered Shares (shares purchased on or after 1/1/2012) to the
Internal Revenue Service (IRS). Reporting is not required for Uncovered Shares (shares purchased before 1/1/2012). Janus
Henderson utilizes Average Cost as the default method for tracking and reporting cost basis. If you wish to elect a different
method for your account, please cross out this statement and include signed written instructions indicating your desired cost
basis method. Alternate elections will apply only to Covered Share purchases.
Understand that while Janus Henderson’s processes generally apply the IRS rules regarding the basis of gifted or inherited
securities, they do not account for all possible situations that may affect my cost basis. Therefore, it is important to work closely
with a tax advisor when transferring and/or selling assets obtained by gift or inheritance in order to have the most accurate
basis information and to communicate that information to Janus Henderson so our reporting is accurate.
Important Note: To help the government deter terrorism funding and money laundering activities, all financial institutions are
required to obtain, verify and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. So that we may comply
with these requirements, we ask you to please complete Section 2 and 3 in its entirety when opening an account with Janus
Henderson. The omission of this information will result in the return of your application and investment. Please note that your
ability to perform transactions in your account may also be affected or otherwise delayed if Janus Henderson cannot easily
verify the accuracy of the required information in Section 2 and 3. If, after 30 days, Janus Henderson is still unable to verify the
required information, your account may be closed and your shares redeemed at the next available NAV.
Guidelines for Transfer on Death (TOD) Registration:
Transfer on Death (“TOD”) is a form of ownership that enables the owner of an account to transfer ownership directly to a
designated beneficiary upon the death of the owner(s). The ownership of the account generally passes to the beneficiary(ies)
outside of probate. The beneficiary has no rights with respect to the account until the owner (or, in the case of joint owners, the
last surviving owner) dies, and no instructions can be accepted from, or information provided to, such beneficiary. Since TOD
directions affect the disposition of your property at your death, you should consult with an attorney or estate planning
professional to ensure that your directions are consistent with your estate and tax planning objectives.
TOD registration is only available for accounts registered in the name of an individual, or in the name of two or more individuals
holding the account as joint owners with rights of survivorship (“JTWROS”) or tenants by the entirety (“TEN ENT”).
The beneficiary may be one or more individuals, a trust, a corporation, a partnership or other legal entity. Designations such as
Lineal Descendants or Lineal Descendants Per Stirpes (“LDPS”) are not permitted. Complex beneficiary requests should be
accomplished through a Will or Trust.
If the account owner designated his or her spouse as the TOD beneficiary, and subsequently the account owner and
beneficiary divorce, the divorce does not automatically revoke the beneficiary designation. The account owner must change
the beneficiary designation in clear written instructions to be effective.