Saving for something special?
You could earn total interest of (View current rates) each month if you:
Deposit at least $20
by the last business
day of the month
Make no withdrawals
Serious Saver rewards you with Premium interest each month when you:
- make no withdrawals; and
- deposit $20 or more (not including credit interest) by the last business day of the month.
Interest is calculated daily and paid on the last business day of the month.
Interest is calculated on your average balance for the month. It is then paid on the last business day of the month.
If you make a withdrawal or deposit less than $20, you’ll still earn Standard interest.
Interest for non-business days is calculated based on the balance as at the previous business day.
You won’t pay a fee for your first withdrawal in the month, however you need to make no withdrawals to earn Premium interest.
Automated transactions include Visa Debit and Eftpos transactions, direct debits and direct credits, and all electronic transactions made through ANZ Internet Banking, goMoney and Phone Banking.
Manual transactions include transactions handled by our staff at a branch or by phone. Cheque books not permitted on ANZ Serious Saver.
Non-standard fees may apply.
If you need to, you can access your Serious Saver account anytime and anywhere. But remember, Serious Saver is designed to encourage saving – so if you make a withdrawal you won’t earn Premium interest for that month.
It's also a great idea to set up an automatic payment of $20 or more into your Serious Saver account at least a week before the end of each month. This will help make sure you earn Premium interest.
You’ll receive your Serious Saver statement online each month through Internet Banking, where you can view and print up to seven years of statements.
If you want to know more about statement options, talk to us today.
Setting up a child's account
Find out more about setting up an account for a child.
Setting a savings goal is important, but make sure it’s within your budget. If you’re a bit too ambitious, you may find yourself dipping into your savings which can mean your plan falls flat.
Instead of then saving whatever money you have leftover at the end of each week, pay yourself a savings amount after you’ve covered your bills and expenses. This could mean that you might not be able to buy that new pair of shoes, but you’ll be a little closer to that savings goal.
Make your savings automatic
An automatic payment is a regular transfer you can schedule to go from one account to another. Setting up an automatic payment to your savings account is a great way to keep on track as it means you can’t forget to save. You can choose to have your automatic payment set at any amount, and to go out at any time (e.g. each time you are paid by your employer).
You can hide your savings accounts in Internet Banking, which makes it much easier to resist the temptation to spend! To do so, simply ask us to hide your accounts using Bankmail, at any branch or by calling our contact centre.
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