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Finder Earn vs ING Savings Maximiser

Posted: 21 April 2022 1:12 pm
FeatureFinder EarnING Savings Maximiser
Rate (p.a.)4.01%1.35%*
Interest paidDailyMonthly
Protected by FCS**NoYes
Foreign exchange riskNoNo
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*You'll need to meet all of ING's criteria to be eligible for the highest rate.

**The Financial Claims Scheme (FCS) is a government-backed guarantee that protects deposit holders for up to $250,000.

Finder Earn vs ING Savings Maximiser

The ING Savings Maximiser has one of the most competitive interest rates of any high interest savings account. But did you know there are other ways to grow your wealth?

Finder Earn is a different way to get a fixed return on your capital.

It's important to understand that Finder Earn is not a savings account, and has a very different risk profile.


It's important to understand that Finder Earn has a very different risk profile to your ING Savings Maximiser account. When you lend Finder Wallet your capital, you transfer ownership of the TAUD stablecoins to Finder Wallet.

If Finder Wallet becomes insolvent or subject to hacking or some other cybersecurity event, then you may incur partial or total loss of the capital. You will be an unsecured creditor in relation to your capital and any accrued returns. You can read the full list of risks here. The money you deposit into your ING savings account is protected by the Financial Claims Scheme (FCS), up to $250,000. Finder Earn is not protected by the FCS.

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Get 4.01% p.a. on your capital

Finder Earn lets you get a competitive 4.01% p.a. return on your capital. Start earning today, straight from your Finder app. T&Cs apply.

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