Top three tips to cut down the time you spend on financial admin
We look at how NetBank and the CommBank app can help make day-to-day money management tasks easier.
Between a busy work life, family commitments and trying to find
Last year we commissioned research1 looking into the everyday money habits of Australians. One of the key things we found was that the majority of Australians spend on average over two hours a month managing their everyday finances. Our research also found that a lack of time is one of the main barriers to Australians getting on top of their finances.
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Save time on important admin:
Ever need proof of your account balance for a real estate agent or a copy of your most recent account statement for that rental property? Or perhaps you need to confirm your identity during a visa application or recruitment process. One way to save time and better prepare for these documents is to organise it online. In NetBank, you can download, email and print account statements as well as account confirmation or balance confirmation letter, which confirms your balance or account information along with your name and address.1 If you’re on the go, you can also email a Proof of Balance document straight from the CommBank app.
Keep your cool with a lost card:
It can be a disorientating moment when you’re about to make that purchase and realise your card is missing from your wallet. With the CommBank app and NetBank, you can put an immediate temporary lock on your card while you look for it. If you find your card, you can then instantly remove the lock.1 If the card is lost or stolen, you can also use the app to report and cancel your card to prevent unauthorised transactions; or simply order a replacement card and receive it within seven business days.
Card activation made easy:
When you receive your new card in the mail, you want to activate it as soon as possible. This process is as simple as a few clicks in NetBank or the CommBank app. Not only can you activate your card, but you can also manage your PIN, updating instantly when you need it to.
1 Lonergan Research surveyed 1,040 Australians aged 18 years and over. Fieldwork commenced on Wednesday 10 December 2014 and was completed on Monday 15 December 2014. After interviewing, data was weighted to the latest population estimates sourced from the Australian Bureau of Statistics. https://www.commbank.com.au/blog/getting-financially-fit-in-2015-with-the-commbank-app.html
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