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Suncorp Business Saver Account (flexiRates)

Maximise your business’s savings with a flexible account that allows for a higher rate of interest on portions you don’t need.

Suncorp Bank’s Business Saver Account provides you with a safe haven for your excess working capital. Pay no monthly fees, yet still earn on the cash from a competitive interest rate on the entire balance. You are also given the option of flexiRates, a unique feature that permits you to further set aside a portion of the balance to receive a fixed rate for a set period of time.

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Product NameSuncorp Business Saver Account flexiRates
3 month interest rate1.15%
6 month interest rate1.45%
9 month interest rate1.75%
12 month interest rate2.15%
Minimum Opening Deposit$0
Minimum Age Requirement18
The rates displayed above are interest rates paid at maturity only. We endeavour to ensure that the information on this site is current and accurate but you should confirm any information with the product or service provider and read the information they can provide.

Key features

$0 monthly fees

This account is free from any fees or charges applied monthly.

No transaction fees

You are allowed an unlimited number of transfers to and from the account at no charge, with the exception of any external transfers. Those will incur a fee of $2 per transaction.

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How to apply


If after comparing the various business savings accounts available, you have found this one meets your needs, you can begin filling out an online application. There will be some initial eligibility requirements that you will have to confirm before proceeding to the actual application:

  • Minimum age. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age to apply for this account.
  • Residency requirements. All applicants must be an Australian resident for tax purposes. In addition, the business needs to be registered to operate within Australia.

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