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2 Responses to High Interest Savings Accounts for Children

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    Monal | July 15, 2013

    Can you please help me find that which is the highest earning Kids savings account? Need to open an account urgently.

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      Shirley | July 15, 2013

      Hi Monal,

      Thanks for your comment.

      You may want to have a look at this page.

      Cheers,
      Shirley




Top High Interest Savings Accounts*

All of these accounts are FREE to open and require no minimum deposit. They all have easy internet banking access with no transaction fees.

Maximum Variable Rate p.a. Standard Variable Rate p.a. Bonus Interest p.a. Fees Min Bal / Min Deposit
RaboDirect High Interest Savings Account
RaboDirect High Interest Savings Account
A high introductory rate for 4 months, and a high ongoing variable rate. 4.30% 3.20% 1.10% $0 $0 / $0 OpenMore
ME Bank Online Savings Account
ME Bank Online Savings Account
Earn 4.60% p.a. for 5 months on balances up to $250,000 when linked to a ME Bank Transaction Account. Plus no monthly account keeping fees. 4.60% 2.90% 1.70% $0 $0 / $0 OpenMore
ING DIRECT Savings Maximiser
ING DIRECT Savings Maximiser
A high interest savings account with no account keeping fees. Earn a up to 4.35% p.a. variable rate for 4 months. 4.35% 2.75% 1.60% $0 $0 / $0 OpenMore
Bankwest TeleNet Saver
Bankwest TeleNet Saver
No Fees. No minimum monthly deposit. For balances up to $5,000,000. Earn a high 4.30% p.a. variable rate for 6 months. 4.30% 2.70% 1.60% $0 $0 / $1 OpenMore
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