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If you’re constantly wondering where all your money went, it might be time to closely examine your spending habits, with a view to reigning them in.
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Project how much you can accumulate over time from an initial contribution and regular ongoing deposits
Get a better idea of your monthly incomings and outgoings, and what you're left to play with
Open a Life Saver Account
Looking to open a Life Saver Account with Greater Bank? It's simple and can be done via your method of choice.
Rates are effective as at Tuesday 22/05/2018
|Life Saver Account*||Interest Rate|
|Life Saver Account||3.00 % p.a|
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The Life Saver Account can be linked to a Greater Bank everyday Access Account and if their Life Saver Account balance continues to grow each month, no transaction fees are payable on the Access Account (helping keep your dollars in the bank account).
If your child is able to sign their name consistently and understand the Terms and Conditions they can open a Life Saver Account in their own right. If they are too young to sign for their account a Benefactor (like a parent, relative or family friend) can operate the account on their behalf.