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Saving for a goal

Setting a goal and having a savings plan is easier than it seems. Try these basic ideas to get motivated and stay on track:

Identify your goal and make a savings plan. Our budget planner calculator will show you how much you can save each week. Consider linking a high interest savings account to your transaction account and set up automatic deposits.

Write down your goal or make it visual. Set an image of your dream holiday destination as your computer screensaver, or post up a reminder that says, "I will save $100 a week".

Know yourself and your motivations. Some people can stay on track by checking account balances and watching their savings grow. Others really need a reward – if they save $50 a week for a month, for example, then they've earned a treat like dinner with friends.

Suggested savings accounts

Incentive Saver

Earn bonus interest each month you make at least 1 deposit and no withdrawals, and pay with no monthly account service fee.

Maxi Saver

New Maxi Saver customers who have not held a Maxi Saver you can earn up to % p.a. including a bonus % p.a. which is fixed for the first 3 months and no monthly account service fee.

Important information

Conditions and fees apply.

Before making a decision, it's best to read the terms and conditions.

Please read these documents and keep a copy. You can request a paper copy at a branch.

The information on our website is prepared without knowing your personal financial circumstances. Before you act on this, please consider if it's right for you. If you need help, call 13 33 30.

1 If you open a Maxi Saver account and you have not held an Maxi Saver Account before and you are a personal customer, you'll earn an Introductory Promotional Fixed Bonus Rate of % p.a. on top of the standard variable interest rates (standard base rate and bonus rate when the bonus rate criteria is met) during the Promotional Rate Period. The Promotional Rate Period is the first 3 months from the date your account is opened.