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Kids

A savings account helps you save money to buy the cool things you want. Get off to the right start with bonus interest for regular deposits. 

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Teenagers

Get off to the right start with bonus interest and save on fees. If under 16, ask your parents to set it up for you.

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The all-in-one bank account that provides the flexibility you need. If under 16, ask your parents to set it up for you.

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Tertiary students

Our Student Options can help you save your money for the important things. Take advantage of our special student rates and fees for some our or most popular accounts including our Everyday Account and Student Credit Card.

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Young adults

CommBank JobStart is a banking package with special savings for young workers. The CommBank JobStart package means you can get all of your banking done in one place with exclusive savings on Everyday and Savings accounts, and a choice of credit card. 

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Get on the path to financial freedom with the all-in-one bank account that provides flexibility, with unlimited electronic transactions.

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Our initiatives

School Banking

School Banking

A fun, engaging way for young Australians to learn lifelong money-management skills. Kids who bank at school through the program will receive Dollarmites tokens to redeem for rewards like money boxes, torches and calculators. Plus, for every deposit made, the child's school receives a commission.

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One Million Kids

We created the One Million Kids initiative to improve the financial literacy skills of a million children by 2015. Our focus is on providing engaging, educational platforms that are fun and informative. Every initiative offers an environment for kids and teens to learn and explore in safety, without financial risks or marketing persuasion.

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StartSmart

Our StartSmart program changes the way young people learn about money. By making financial education interactive, engaging and fun, we give students the confidence and competence to make smart decisions about money. The program is created in close consultation with leading education experts and is available free to all schools in Australia.

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The Beanstalk

A one-stop online resource that helps you bring money to life for your children. Regularly updated, you’ll find tips on how to promote saving habits at an early age and feature articles on topics such as managing pocket money. Plus, there are lots of practical activity sheets to download.

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Learn more about banking for students and teenagers

Student banking

When you're considering where to live while you study, it's important to know what you'd like and what you can afford. We've put together a list of options to consider.

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If you've come to Australia from overseas to travel, we can help you set up a new bank account, transfer your money from overseas and much more.

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While studying can be demanding, many students take part-time jobs. There is generally plenty of casual work available. We offer practical advice on how to find it.

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University or TAFE is full of new people and new experiences. But it also means a lot of new expenses, which can make managing your money tough.

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Banking for teenagers

Your first payday will be a memorable one. We provide all the information you need to make sure you understand payroll essentials like tax and superannuation.

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Even the most unlikely options can come through for you when looking for a job. We offer tips on where and how to find work – and who to find it from.

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Rather then spending all your wages, try getting into the habit of putting aside a little money every payday. It can pay dividends throughout your life.

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When saving for a car, you need to know how much you can reasonably save each month and how long it will take until you have the money you need.

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