Rabobank Notice Saver (60 days)

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You could take control over your money with a high interest savings account that lets you decide when it’s time to make a withdrawal.

A Notice Saver from Rabobank is a variable rate online savings account where instead of choosing a term length to lock away your money, you choose how much notice you will need to give before you need it. After your notice is given, interest is still earned and the funds you asked for ready for withdrawal when you wanted them. This is an ideal setup for your savings that you don’t need immediate access to, with the flexibility to meet short term goals without penalty. This account has a notice period of 60 days.

1.55% p.a.

Maximum variable rate

1.55% p.a.

Base interest rate

Details

Product NameRabobank Online Savings Notice Saver (60 days)
Maximum Variable Rate1.55% p.a.
Standard Variable Rate1.55%
Bonus Variable Rate0.00%
Monthly Account Fee$0
Minimum Opening Deposit$0
Minimum Age16

Key features

Earn up to 1.55% p.a. interest

The interest rate is variable and rewards you for choosing a longer notice period of 60 days. Note: The interest rate is variable, which means it could change.

No fees whatsoever

Rabobank promises that it doesn't charge any fees on the Notice Saver (60 days) account.

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How to apply

If you are already a Rabobank customer you can apply for the Notice Saver through your online banking platform. If not, you will first have to open the High Interest Savings Account before the Notice Saver.

Eligibility

  • Minimum age. You must be at least 16 years of age before you can open the Notice Saver.
  • Residency requirements. Applicants must be Australian residents for tax purposes with a residential address in Australia.

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