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What stage are you at?

When things are changing it's a good time to find the right banking solutions for you.

Kids banking

It's never too early to get your kids thinking about saving. Get them started today.


You have enough to think about, banking should be easy. Check out our banking options for full-time students.

First job

Landed your first job? It's time to get your banking sorted so you can get paid. Don't worry it's easy!


If you're planning a trip we can help you save and get your money sorted before you leave.

Changing jobs

If you're changing jobs it's the perfect time to sort out your finances and consider things like reviewing your banking and rounding up your super.disclaimer


Whether you're moving up, moving in or moving to Australia - we can help you get sorted. 

Saving for your first house

Save for your deposit sooner with help from our free ANZ First Home Buyer Coach and our simple three step guide.

Saving for your child's education

Planning your child’s education? Find out how much the private school of your choice could cost now and into the future with ANZ School Ready®.


We can help you manage your finances, so you can spend more time on the important things in life.

Managing cash for your SMSF

Are you a self managed super fund trustee managing multiple cash flows? We can help make controlling your SMSF cash easier.

Any advice does not take into account your personal needs and financial circumstances and you should consider whether it is appropriate for you. ANZ recommends you read the ANZ Savings and Transaction Product Terms and Conditions (PDF 408kB) and the Financial Services Guide (PDF 104kB) which are available at or by calling 13 13 14, before deciding whether to acquire, or continue to hold, the product. Fees, charges and eligibility criteria apply.

ANZ School Ready® is a registered trademark of ANZ.

Before redirecting your super you will need to consider whether  there are any adverse consequences for you, including exit fees, other loss of benefits (e.g. insurance cover), increase in investment risks and where your future employer contributions will be paid. 

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