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Which option is best for your spare cash? We compare term deposits from over 40 different providers below.
Last Updated Monday, December 10, 2018 - 10:49pm
|Institute||Product name||Credit rating||Term||Min deposit||Max deposit||Rate||More Info|
|12 Months|| 1 year|
For terms of less than six months and specials, interest is paid at maturity. For longer terms you can choose to have interest paid monthly or at maturity or compounded quarterly, six monthly or annually. Monthly interest cannot be compounded.
|$5 000||$10 000||2.00%||Go to site|
|1 year|| 1 year|
Interest Paid at Maturity
|$1 000||$4 999||2.00%||Go to site|
Wairarapa Building Society
|1 Year||1 year||$500||$1 999||2.00%||Go to site|
|12 months|| 1 year|
For term deposits over two months in duration, you can select to have your interest paid to your nominated account on a monthly, quarterly, six-monthly basis or at maturity. Alternatively, you can elect to have your interest paid to your nominated account at the end of your deposit term.
|$0||$9 999||1.90%||Go to site|
Bank of New Zealand
|1 year**|| 1 year|
Interest payment options available (quarterly, six monthly, annually and at maturity)
|$2 000||$4 999||0.75%||Go to site|
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