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Name Maximum Variable Rate p.a. Standard Variable Rate p.a. Intro Period Government Guarantee Monthly Max Rate Conditions
Bank of Queensland Future Saver Account - 14 to 35 years
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Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.50%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
0.05%
Intro Period
Ongoing
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • Deposit $1,000
  • 5 eligible transactions
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Macquarie Savings Account
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.35%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
4.75%
Intro Period
4 months
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • N/A
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ING Savings Maximiser
Finder Award
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.50%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
0.55%
Intro Period
Ongoing
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • Deposit $1,000
  • 5 transactions
  • Grow your balance
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Bendigo Bank Reward Saver
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.25%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
0.30%
Intro Period
Ongoing
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • Grow your balance
  • Requires Bendigo transaction account
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Australian Unity Freedom Saver ($50,000 - $250,000)
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.10%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
5.10%
Intro Period
Ongoing
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • N/A
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Rabobank High Interest Savings Account
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.75%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
4.40%
Intro Period
4 months
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • N/A
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Newcastle Permanent Online Savings Account
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.00%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
1.00%
Intro Period
3 months
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • N/A
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Bank of Queensland Simple Saver Account
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
4.85%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
4.85%
Intro Period
Ongoing
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • N/A
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Ubank High Interest Save Account
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.10%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
0.10%
Intro Period
Ongoing
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • Deposit $200
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St.George Maxi Saver
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.35%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
1.10%
Intro Period
3 months
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • N/A
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Max Variable Rate includes 0.35% p.a. for 3 months for new customers who apply online
ING Savings Accelerator ($150,000 - $500,000)
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.20%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
4.70%
Intro Period
4 months
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • Welcome rate applies up to $500K
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First Option Bank Savings+Bonus Account
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.00%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
2.00%
Intro Period
Ongoing
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • Deposit $100
  • No withdrawals
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IMB Reward Saver Account
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.25%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
0.00%
Intro Period
4 months
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • Deposit $50
  • No withdrawals
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MyState Bank Bonus Saver Account
Maximum Variable Rate p.a.
5.00%
Standard Variable Rate p.a.
0.05%
Intro Period
Ongoing
Government Guarantee
Monthly Max Rate Conditions
  • Deposit $20
  • 5 debit card purchases
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    peterJuly 14, 2023

    I wish to find a bank interest rate greater than 5.50% – with the $250k Government guarantee
    – any suggestions /recommendations ?
    Please
    Thankyou
    Peter B

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    GlenJune 5, 2023

    I cannot find a way for your finder to simply show all of the best base interest rates (as opposed to the limited time high interest rate offering).
    (Also your expert commentary often seems off the mark. Eg it said that the Rabobank base interest rate of 4% was low and there was much better out there in the market place. Most banks that I looked at were much lower??)
    Best
    Glen

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      AlisonJune 8, 2023Finder

      Hi Glen, you can filter for the base interest rates by clicking on that column heading to show in order of highest or lowest.

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    DanielaJanuary 3, 2023

    If you have a $50,000.00 to invest which term deposit or other account would you recommend

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    SherrifOctober 9, 2019

    Is Danske Bank available in Australia?

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      JhezOctober 11, 2019Finder

      Hi Sherrif,

      Thank you for your comment.

      Upon checking, I am sorry to inform you that Danske Bank isn’t available in Australia.

      Regards,
      Jhezelyn

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    CPAugust 8, 2016

    I’ve seen a very cheap home loan rate from “Reduce Home Loans”.

    What bank or lender would my loan be with if I took out a loan with them? Are they reputable?

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      MayAugust 8, 2016Finder

      Hi CP,

      Thanks for your inquiry.

      Please note that Reduce Home Loans is an Australian-owned and operated online company with credit licence no. 388053. They are a brokering company that has funding lines from over 25 accredited funders including the big four banks. You can find more details about Reduce Home Loans when you visit their official website.

      Cheers,
      May

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