Beyond Bank Term Deposit

Invest your money in a Beyond Bank Term Deposit and earn a fixed interest rate.

When opening a Beyond Bank Term Deposit you get to choose terms from three to 60 months. The interest your money earns depends on the amount you invest as well as duration of the deposit. You can invest as little as $2,000. Your term deposit does not attract any account keeping fees.

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Product NameBeyond Bank Term Deposit ($2,000-$49,999)
3 month interest rate0.35%
6 month interest rate0.35%
9 month interest rate0.35%
12 month interest rate0.45%
24 month interest rate0.40%
36 month interest rate0.40%
48 month interest rate0.40%
60 month interest rate0.40%
Minimum Opening Deposit$2,000
The rates displayed above are interest rates paid at maturity only. We endeavour to ensure that the information on this site is current and accurate but you should confirm any information with the product or service provider and read the information they can provide.

Key features

Account keeping fees

This account does not attract any ongoing account keeping fees.

Minimum investment

The minimum you require to open a Beyond Bank Term Deposit is $2,000.

How to apply


You can open a Beyond Bank Term Deposit by walking into your closest branch, you can submit an online enquiry and you can get started over the phone. To enquire online or to find out where the nearest Beyond Bank branch is, visit the Beyond Bank website. Go through these eligibility criteria before you apply:

  • Minimum age. There is no specified minimum age requirement.
  • Residency requirements. You should be an Australian resident with an Australian residential address.

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