Savings account rates for balances $250,000+
Not many savings accounts offer interest on large balances of $250,000 or more, but there are a few available. We've found these for you and listed them here.
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- Bank of Queensland Simple Saver Account
The Bank of Queensland Simple Saver Account offers an ongoing interest rate with no account conditions to meet. Open up to 9 accounts.
- Great Southern Bank Goal Saver Account (18-24 year olds)
The Great Southern Bank Goal Saver Account has an ongoing bonus rate on balances up to $50,000 for customers aged 18-24.
- Newcastle Permanent Smart Saver Youth Account (under 25s)
The Newcastle Permanent Smart Saver Youth Account has an ongoing bonus rate for customers under 25.
- Bank of Queensland Smart Saver Account (36+ year olds)
The Bank of Queensland Smart Saver Account has an ongoing bonus rate on balances up to $250,000 for customers over 36.
- Bank of Queensland Future Saver Account (14-35 year olds)
The Bank of Queensland Future Saver Account has a high ongoing bonus rate on balances up to $50,000 for customers under 35.
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