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Earn bonus interest when you deposit a minimum of $10 each month and make no withdrawals2.
No monthly account keeping fees.
open an account.
Someone from our team will be in contact within 1 business day to get you started with everything you need. It’s simple banking.
1Earn bonus interest when you deposit $10 per month and no withdrawals in the same month. All portion of funds above $25,000 will be paid the base interest.
Interest is calculated daily on closing credit tier balance and credited at month end.
Refer to Summary of Accounts & Availability of Access Facilities and our rates and fees for more information.
For additional information on our fees, refer to our Fees, Charges and Transaction Limits brochure.
$0 – $100,000,000
|$0 – $3,000 (Bonus interest1)||1.70%p.a.|
|$3,000 – $25,000 (Bonus interest1)||0.50%p.a.|
2. Bonus interest will be paid if you deposit at least $10 during the month and no withdrawals are made in the calendar month. Bonus interest will not apply in the month the account is closed. All portion of funds above $25,000 will be paid the base interest. Illawarra Credit Union Limited is the product issuer of the deposit and payment products. Any advice given is of a general nature only and does not take into consideration your objectives, financial situation or needs. Please consider the appropriateness of the advice before acting. Refer to the Account and Access Facility Conditions of Use and the Fees, Charges and Transaction Limits brochure for more details. Fees and charges are payable. Terms and conditions apply and are available on request.
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