USAVER REACH
USaver Reach (Savings Account)
        
The USaver Reach is a simple new savings product, with a market-leading interest rate that is designed specifically for people aged 18 29 years old with less than $5000 to start their savings! There is no need to set up an automated savings plane and save a fixed amount every month to earn this great rate.
Location: Australia
Account Name: USaver Reach
Advantages:
1. One of the best interest rates on the market
2. Interest calculated daily and paid monthly
3. No fees
4. An Automatic Savings Plan option that makes regular contributions from another Australian bank account, meaning you can reach your savings goal faster
5. Access to your account anytime online
6. Speak to a real person when you want to via our Direct Banking Centre
7. The strength of NAB - one of Australia's longest established banks.
Disadvantages:
1. You can not deposit cash into your account.
Services:
Perfect for you if you are between the ages 18 to 29 years old with less than $5000 to start your savings journey.

Interest AER: 0.00% - 6.01% p.a.Interest Gross: 0.00% - 6.01% p.a.
Interest Paid: DailyMinimum Income: $0.00
Overdraft Rate: N/A
Banking Charges: None
Service Charges: $0.00
Account Access: Online, Post
Withdrawal Access: Linked account transfer

Free Banking: YesDebit Card: No
Cheque Guarantee Card: NoStanding Orders: Yes
Direct Debits: YesOverdraft Facility: No
Account Manager: No

Conditions:
Between the ages 18 and 29 years old
Features:
One of the best interest rates on the market
Introductions and Offers:
N/A
Terms and Conditions:
You must be aged between 18 and 29 years old and have less than $5000 to start saving with.
        

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