Easy Access Account
- Last updated on 08 Aug 2020
special$0 monthly account keeping fees. Open up to 9 interest-earning savings sub-accounts to help you plan and save. Make contactless payments using Google Pay and Apple Pay.
Over 3,000 rediATMs
- App banking available
- You must deposit at least $2000 into your account each month for no monthly account fees
- $3.5 Overseas ATM Withdrawal Fee
- 3% fees apply for overseas transactions
Minimum opening amount
Internet banking Facility
Min. deposit for fee free
Min. age restrictions
Max. age restrictions
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
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Cashback$100 Bonus for new HSBC customers and 2% cashback (up to AUD 50/month) on eligible tap and pay (payWave, Apple Pay and Google Pay) for puchases under $100. T&Cs apply. Expiry date: 31/12/2020
A common question for new parents is, ‘Can I open a bank account for my child?’
The short answer is yes – as a parent you can open a bank account for your child.
Once you’ve compared your options and found a bank account that suits your needs, the process is relatively simple.
As the bank account is for your child, you’ll need to provide some documentation such as proof of ID, including your tax file number.
You will also need a copy of your child’s birth certificate, and in some cases you may also need to sign a guarantee of indemnity.
Depending on the bank and whether you’re an existing customer, you may be able to open a bank account for your child online. However, you may still need to go into a branch to prove your identity.
Transferring money from PayPal to an Australian bank account is simple. Just follow these three steps:
- Go to your Wallet
- Click ‘Transfer Money’
- Follow the instructions
The money will take three to seven business days to reach your bank account.
Once you’ve made the transfer request, it can’t be withdrawn.