BankSA Business Access Saver Account

The Business Access Saver from BankSA allows your business to set money aside, such as for tax and GST payments.

This BankSA Business Access Saver account helps you keep you personal and business funds separate. The account requires no minimum monthly balance, has no account keeping fees and offers free banking online, making it easy for Australian business owners to manage their funds.

0.01% p.a.

Maximum variable rate


Base interest rate

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Product NameBankSA Business Access Saver
Maximum Variable Rate0.01% p.a.
Standard Variable Rate0.01% p.a.
Monthly Account Fee$0
Minimum Opening Deposit$0

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Expert review

Earn interest on your balance while also having full access to your business funds.

Key features

Interest rate of 0.01%

The Business Access Saver offers a variable interest rate on your savings of 0.01%, allowing you to earn some extra cash just for saving some.

Interest calculated daily

Your interest is calculated daily based on the account balance and earnings deposited into the account at the start of the following month.

How to apply

If after careful comparison you have found that the Business Access Saver from BankSA is right for your business, you can complete their application online. Make sure you meet the following eligibility criteria, and have the necessary documents handy before applying.


  • Transaction account. You will need to have an eligible BankSA business transaction account to link your Business Access Saver to before proceeding with the application.
  • Business location requirements. Your business must be registered to operate in Australia.

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