You are under 18 and want to open your first bank account.
You want to teach your kids to save.
You want to open an account on behalf of your child.
No account-keeping fees
No transaction fees
Competitive interest rate on your savings
Interest calculated daily, paid bi-annually
Free Internet, Mobile and Phone Banking
Make deposits and withdrawals when you desire
I want to
Bank fees are right up there with stubbed toes and frostbite as most people’s least favourite things. Luckily, you can minimise their effect and keep more money in your pocket.
As we grow, we need different accounts for each stage of our life to suit our changing needs. You wouldn't wear one set of shoes your whole life, would you?
The fact is that saving and managing our finances is something that all of us will have to do. We’ve put together a basic plan so that you can plant the seeds of knowledge early.
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 Little Bucks Account
Looking to open a Little Bucks Account with Greater Bank? It's simple and can be done via your method of choice.
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Rates are effective as at Sunday 23/10/2016
|Little Bucks Account*||Interest Rate|
|$1 - $999||.50 % p.a.|
|$1,000 +||1.00 % p.a.|
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Who can open a Little Bucks Account?
If you are 18 or under, Little Bucks is the perfect first account. Anyone under 18 is able to open a Little Bucks account in their name as long as they are able to sign their name consistently and understand the Terms and Conditions.
Adults can also open a Little Bucks account as a Trust Account for their child. If your little one is too young to sign for their account, you can open one on their behalf, and the account will automatically convert to an Access Account when the child turns 18.