Things you should always buy second hand
When it comes to buying things second hand people are often divided into two camps - people who swear by it and those who never do it.
The Xinja bank account is an everyday transaction account with zero ATM fees, zero account fees and no currency conversion fees.
Xinja Bank Account
Over 3,000 Westpac Group ATMs
Minimum opening amount
Internet banking Facility
Min. deposit for fee free
Min. age restrictions
18 years old
Max. age restrictions
23 years old
Free counter transactions
Daily ATM withdrawal limit
Joint application available
Interest Calculation Frequency
Interest payment frequency
Min. balance to activate rate
Account Keeping Fees
Cheque dishonour fee
Internet transaction fee
Counter deposit fee
Counter withdrawal fee
Foreign transaction fee
Phone transaction fee
ATM withdrawal fee
Overseas eftpos fee
Network bank atm fee waiver
Overseas atm withdrawal fee
Other bank atm withdrawal fee
Deleting your bank account from PayPal is a simple three-step process:
You don’t need a bank account to send or receive money through PayPal. However, you do need a bank account if you want to withdraw money from your PayPal account.
Closing a bank account is one of those tasks that’s easy to put in the too-hard basket. There are quite a few steps involved, some which may require you to hang on the phone for a while.
Here’s a handy checklist of items to tick off, so the job gets done quicker. If you don’t do your banking online, the following steps can also be done at a branch.
Yes, Centrelink can access your bank account, but only if you give them a reason to. Centrelink uses data-matching software with other federal government agencies to help it crack down on welfare cheats.
This is why it’s important to give true and matching information to all government agencies.
For example, if you report to Centrelink your annual income is $25,000, but at tax time you report your income as $50,000 with the ATO, it’s likely you’ll be ‘red flagged’.
At this point, Centrelink can legally request that your bank hand over your personal bank account details, to review your finances.
In most cases, Centrelink does not have the authority to take money out of your account. You will usually be given written notice to repay the debt.
However, Centrelink can also reduce your benefits until you’ve paid back what you owe. In extreme cases, Centrelink can garnish your wages and assets (including money in your bank account) until your debt is repaid.
Yes. Some payday lenders are willing to transfer loans to prepaid debit cards instead of bank accounts.