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The best term deposits

Whether you’re saving for a few months or years, term deposits are a popular way to invest your hard-earned cash.

There are many term deposit rates, and term deposits are simple, safe and reliable, offering a guaranteed return over a fixed period.

Here you can search and compare the best value term deposits from a range of lenders, catch up on the latest information in our news and guides sections, or work out how much interest you’ll earn with our handy term deposits calculator.

Here are some term deposits to consider

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Term Deposit News

ATM Fees Get The Axe From Four Big Banks

Australians biggest banks have decided to axe ATMs fees for customers of other banks. Commonwealth Bank, ANZ Bank, NAB Bank and Westpac Bank. Read full article

Why are term deposits getting more popular in 2016

The Reserve Bank of Australia has reported that demand for term deposits is surging in 2016. Read full article

Savings accounts vs term deposits

The Reserve Bank of Australia has brought interest rates down to historically low levels.  Read full article

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Term Deposit Guides

What is a term deposit rollover risk?

Letting your term deposit automatically roll into the same fixed term can be a risky move as it can impact the amount of interest you earn. Heres what you need to know. Read full article

How are interest rates calculated on term deposits

Term deposits can offer a convenient way to build your savings if you know what to look for. Heres how term deposit interest rates are calculated. Read full article

What types of term deposits are there?

For most people, a term deposit is a simple way to save some extra money. Here are the different types of term deposits. Read full article

What is a Term Deposit?

An Introductory guide to term deposits. Looking to boost your savings in a short period of time? Term deposits might be the solution. Read full article

Three tips to help you save for tomorrow

Struggling to save money? Try investing your money to get your savings back on track. Here are our top tips to help you meet your savings goals. Read full article

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Find the right term deposit account for you

The number of term deposit accounts on offer can make it difficult to choose a good deal. But finding the right account is easy with InfoChoice. Whether you want to invest your money into a short or long-term deposit account, InfoChoice allows you to search and compare in one place. You can compare features such as access options and read breaking information about term deposit accounts in our news and guides section. You can also work out how much interest you’ll earn by using our term deposit calculator. Some accounts will take you the provider’s website so you can open your account online today.

More Term Deposits

Institution Product Rate (%) Details
ME Bank Term Deposit 2.50 Go to site
Bankwest Online Term Deposit 2.35 Go to site
Term Deposit 2.05 Go to site
Term Deposit 2.05 Go to site
Term Deposit 2.05 Go to site
Institution Product Rate (%) Details

Based rates for a term deposit of $25,000. For information on how we've selected these “Sponsored” and “Featured” products click here.

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