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Savings Accounts Calculator

Investing your money into a savings account is an effective strategy. This calculator is designed to help you achieve your savings goal faster. See how fast your savings can grow with regular deposits.

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Company
RaboDirect
Maximum Interest Earned
$13.34
monthly
Total Interest Earned
$866
Base Rate
3.2%
Maximum Rate
3.2%
No end date
Bonus Conditions
N/A
Indicative Age Restrictions
>16 yrs
Account Keeping Fee
$0
Monthly
Minimum Opening Deposit
$0
Cheque Deposit Fee
N/A
Reporting Options
Internet
Star Rating
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Total deposits
$5,001
Total Interest Earned
$866
Final balance
$5,867
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Savings accounts are often tailored to differing lifestyles, so it's important to know what features you're looking for when you compare them. There is no single 'best' account, but some careful comparison using online sites such as RateCity will help you find one to suit your needs.

The interest rate is important if you like to watch your money grow. Interest rates vary greatly between types of accounts and the amount that you've saved. Traditionally, the highest rates were only available to rich folk with a tonne of cash to deposit. Thankfully, with the advent of online savings accounts high rates are available regardless of how much you have to start with.

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Savings Tips

Savings tips can be a godsend during times of ever-growing debt, rising prices, and economic uncertainty. But good savings tips seem few and far between, which is why we've put together a handy guide to help you save better and longer.

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Online Savings Account Rates

Online savings account rates are the interest rates that financial institutions offer to customers when they open an online savings account.

Due to the higher rates generally paid on online savings accounts, it pays to keep as much money as feasible in the account at all times, rather than leaving money in a transaction account which usually earns very low interest, or often no interest at all!

Before opening up an account, check out some of today's best offers from the table to the right, or visit our online savings accounts page to get some of the best deals available in Australia.

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Bonus Rates

Many savings accounts offer bonus rates also known as bonus interest, to entice customers to save more money and make fewer withdrawals. There are two main forms of bonus rate accounts, which suit different types of savers. Some are offered for a limited period of time, often around four months. Others come with conditions or restrictions, such as maximum of one withdrawal in a calendar month.

The former are popular with savers who do not want to be penalised for taking money out during the month. One way to use these accounts is to deposit a large amount after pay day each month to maximise the balance on which interest is calculated, then only withdraw money as needed throughout the month. Due to the time restrictions, it is essential to regularly compare savings accounts to stay on a hot deal.

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Month
Amount Invested
$5001
Interest Earned
$5001
Months Elapsed
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    Use our savings calculator to calculate the interest earned on your deposits, the time it takes to reach your target as well as the amount of tax you’ll have to pay on your interest earnings.

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