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NAB Business Everyday Account ($10 Monthly Fee Option)

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Enjoy peace of mind by only paying one flat monthly fee for any transactions you need to make for your business.

This account offers unlimited EFTPOS, Internet banking and mobile banking transactions as well as unlimited staff-assisted transactions in branch all for one flat $10 monthly account fee. You'll get a linked Visa Debit Card which you can use wherever Visa is accepted worldwide, and you have the option of adding a NAB overdraft to the account if needed (subject to approval).

$10

Account keeping fee

$0

ATM withdrawal fee

$4

Overseas ATM withdrawal fee

3%

Overseas transaction fee

of transaction value

Details

Product NameNAB Business Everyday Account ($10 Monthly Fee Option)
Monthly account fee$10
Card accessVisa
ATM Withdrawal Fee$0
Internatonal ATM Fee$4
International transaction fee3%
Monthly deposit required to waive account feeN/A

Expert review

Alison Banney

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Alison Banney is the banking and investments editor at Finder. She has written about finance for over six years with her work featured on sites including Yahoo Finance, Money Magazine and Dynamic Business.

Expert review

This account is similar to the NAB Business Everyday $0 monthly fee account, however it charges a $10 monthly account fee in exchange for unlimited staff-assisted transactions. You might think a $10 monthly account fee is a lot for an everyday account, but the $0 monthly fee account option charges $2.50 per staff-assisted deposit or withdrawal and $0.60 per cheque lodged.

With this account on the other hand, you could make four or fourty (or more!) staff-assisted transactions and the fee is capped at $10 per month, so it’s better suited if you do a lot of banking in branch.

You can also make unlimited free transactions via EFTPOS, Internet and mobile banking and you won’t be charged any fees when using the Visa Debit card to withdraw from NAB, CBA, Westpac or ANZ ATMs. You will pay for withdrawals made from non-NAB ATMs overseas, as well as a foreign transaction fee when using your debit card internationally, so keep this in mind if you do a lot of business travel.

Key features

Flat $10 monthly fee

There is one flat $10 monthly fee for this account. This fee allows you to make unlimited staff-assisted transactions, including in-branch deposits, withdrawals and cheques, which would otherwise incur a fee of up to $2.50 per transaction.

Unlimited ATM transactions

You get unlimited ATM transactions through NAB bank's network of ATMs. This means you won't have to pay any ATM withdrawal fees at NAB ATMs in Australia.


How to apply

It is important to compare the features of this account against other business banking accounts offered in the market. If the NAB Business Everyday Account ($10 Monthly Fee Option) has all the features you need, click on one of the "Apply now" links on this page to be taken to the NAB website. You can apply online in less than 10 minutes. If this account doesn't sound quite right for you, compare the other accounts offered by NAB instead.

Eligibility

  • Minimum age. You must be at least 18 years old to apply for this account.
  • Business requirements. You must be the owner or director of the business, and you will need to provide a valid ABN or ACN number.

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