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BankWest 8% Regular Saver Account

Get Australia's highest savings interest rate. Save between $50 and $500 per month, with no withdrawals, and we'll reward you with 8% p.a. and no account fees!

* 8%p.a.
* No account fees
* Link your Regular Saver to an eligible BankWest linked account

As long as you deposit between $50 and $500 per calendar month and make no withdrawals, we'll pay you the highest savings interest rate in the country! Not only that, but the interest is calculated daily and paid monthly, so you can earn interest on your interest!

On the anniversary of your account opening the balance of your Regular Saver account will be automatically swept to your linked account, for you to use as you wish. And then you can start saving for another year!

Go to BankWest for more details.

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  1. With maximum $500 per month, we can earn 8% p.a. with $6000 on the last month.

    Total interest: $3000 x 8% = $240.

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