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  • ING DIRECT
    forgotten your PIN please call us on 133 464 and we ll send it securely via post When you use the Orange Everyday Visa Debit Card If you deposit 1 000 in the previous calendar month from external accounts into your personal ING DIRECT accounts we ll reimburse the fee that the ATM usually charges including for balance enquiries We ll do the same if you have a home loan with us regardless of the amount you withdraw You can also get cash out using EFTPOS We ll pay you 0 50 each time you take out 200 or more See all the fees and limits on the Orange Everyday Visa Debit Card When you use the Home Loan Nil Interest Visa NIVA Card For ATM withdrawals in Australia we ll reimburse the fee that the ATM usually charges You can also get cash out using EFTPOS When travelling overseas foreign exchange and other ATM fees may apply Find out more here Did you find this response helpful Yes No You may also be interested in Do you have credit cards Can I use my Card overseas Do you offer PayPass or Paywave as a payment option Want to change

    Original URL path: https://www.ingdirect.com.au/applications/IntelliResponse.aspx?irquestion=What+ATMs+can+I+access+using+my+Visa+Card (2014-07-08)
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  • ING DIRECT
    the ATM owner fee If you have a home loan with us we ll reimburse all ATM owner fees in Australia regardless of the amount withdrawn You can use either an Orange Everyday Visa Debit Card or Nil Interest Visa NIVA Card When travelling overseas foreign exchange and other ATM fees may apply Find out more here Did you find this response helpful Yes No You may also be interested

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  • ING DIRECT
    cash out at ATMs Bank Post and EFTPOS Limit includes any ATM operator fees even those we rebate Other limits may be applied by the ATM operator Bank Post or a merchant Purchases using your Visa Debit Card Cheque or Savings is 5 000 per day per account Credit is the balance of the account A minimum purchase amount may be applied by the merchant A PIN may not be needed for purchases under 35 on some terminals simply select Credit Purchases using Visa payWave Under 100 in Australia other limits may apply outside of Australia Applies to Visa payWave purchases under 100 where no PIN or signature is required For purchases of 100 or more simply enter your PIN or sign see daily limits above BPAY payments BPay limits are set by the Biller for individual BPAY payments Billers with multiple Biller Codes may vary limits for each code Limits may also depend on the type of account the payment is coming from e g everyday account or a credit card Bank cheques The maximum amount is the balance of the account When ordering a bank cheque online the minimum amount is 1 000 per cheque For other amounts

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  • ING DIRECT
    No You may also be interested in Who is ING DIRECT How do I switch my every day banking to ING DIRECT If I have funds with ING DIRECT and funds with another financial institution are both amounts guaranteed by the Government What are the different ways I can bank with ING DIRECT What bank accounts can I link to my ING DIRECT account Are deposits in foreign banks branches

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  • Orange Everyday FAQs - ING DIRECT
    to Applying for an Orange Everyday Setting up and using your Orange Everyday Switching to ING DIRECT Using my Orange Everyday Visa debit card Using contactless payment technology Getting cash back on contactless All about cash Fees and charges Limits and clearance times Visa Entertainment Applying for an Orange Everyday What do I need to apply for an Orange Everyday How do I open an Orange Everyday Can I apply online for a Savings Maximiser and an Orange Everyday at the same time Can I have a joint Orange Everyday account Can I save my application Back to top Setting up and using your Orange Everyday How do I set up and use my Orange Everyday I ve forgotten my PIN for my Visa Debit Card what do I do Can I link my existing ING DIRECT personal products to my Orange Everyday How do I bank with ING DIRECT without branches How do I get my account balance What are some of the things I can do with my Orange Everyday How secure are my funds Does the Orange Everyday pay interest How do I deposit cheques into my Orange Everyday Is BPAY available on Orange Everyday What is a Customer Reference Number CRN Why does my Customer Reference Number CRN change each month on some bills but not others Why won t my BPAY Payment go through What is a Mistaken Internet Payment How can I report a Mistaken Internet Payment or an Unauthorised Transaction Back to top Switching to ING DIRECT How do I switch my every day banking to ING DIRECT Is there a cost from ING DIRECT to help me switch What do I need to do to switch my regular payments What is a Regular Payments List How do I change regular payments from my debit or credit card How do I change my Periodical Payments BPAY and internet banking Pay Anyone payments Can ING DIRECT close my old account for me What can I do if a payment has not been switched How long will it take me to switch Back to top Using my Orange Everyday Visa debit card How do I activate my Visa Debit Card How does my Visa Debit Card work Can I use my Visa Debit Card overseas What is the Verified by Visa service Can I use my Card for contactless payments What do I do if I ve lost my Visa Debit Card or it s been stolen How do I get a replacement Visa Debit Card What if I dispute a transaction on my Visa Debit Card Can I change my Visa Debit Card PIN I ve forgotten my PIN for my Visa Debit Card what do I do Back to top Using contactless payment technology What is Visa payWave What is Contactless Why should I use Visa payWave When will Visa payWave cards be available How do I get a Visa payWave card When can I order my Visa payWave card How do I

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  • Savings goal setting - ING DIRECT
    rate for business savings You choose the timeframe Commercial Loans For investors looking to refinance or purchase commercial property Your tools Business calculators Business interest rates About us Contact us Help and support BSB 923 100 Home Savings Tips hints and guides Savings goal setting Savings goal setting Saving is easier when you have a goal in mind It keeps you motivated and helps you to stay on track So what s your goal To buy a property car or boat To build up a deposit to start a share investment portfolio To save for an overseas holiday a wedding or for your child s education Or maybe you would just like to save up for a rainy day Whatever your goal is it s important to keep it firmly in your mind Did you know you can open a Savings Maximiser or Term Deposit for each of your savings goals up to 9 separate accounts You can also nickname each account so you know what the money is being saved for For example if you are saving for a car and a holiday you can open two Savings Maximiser accounts Nickname one Dream Holiday and the other My New Car and start saving today Setting a timeframe When do you want to achieve your goal How long will it take to save enough Some goals will be time sensitive e g if you have booked to go on a holiday in three month s time Others will be a little more flexible such as buying a property assuming you are still looking When setting a timeframe you should make it realistic achievable You also need to look at the frequency of saving Are you able to put away money on a weekly fortnightly or monthly basis this is usually the frequency of how often you get paid Do you have some money already put aside that will contribute to your savings Once you ve decided how often you can put money into your savings you need to work out how much you can save How much to save Once you know what you want to save for and how long you have to save you ll need to determine how much to save There are two important things you need to consider Firstly how much you want to save and secondly how much can you save in the timeframe you have chosen How much do you want to save If you are buying a property how much do you need for a deposit and the purchase refer to our mortgage hints and tips for full details about buying a home If it s a holiday you re looking to go on how much will it cost for airfares accommodation transport and spending money Sometimes it is good to add another 5 or 10 to the amount you think you ll need to cover additional unexpected costs How much can you save You then need to determine much you can

    Original URL path: http://www.ingdirect.com.au/savings/tips-hints-guides/savings-goal-setting.html (2014-07-08)
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  • Budgeting tips - ING DIRECT
    business All business More about business Business Optimiser High variable interest business savings account with 24 7 access Business Term Deposit High fixed interest rate for business savings You choose the timeframe Commercial Loans For investors looking to refinance or purchase commercial property Your tools Business calculators Business interest rates About us Contact us Help and support BSB 923 100 Home Savings Tips hints and guides Budgeting tips Budgeting tips At the heart of all good savings plans is planning and budgeting But don t worry This is not a hard process and it isn t always about making sacrifices The first step in budgeting is to write down all the income you receive Income checklist Next write down a checklist of your expenses This can be a long process but it s important that you include everything so that you can see your real financial position If you use credit cards for some of your purchases take a look at the last couple of statements to jog your memory on what you ve been spending on Expenses checklist Then you ll see how much money you have left to save You might want to play around with the numbers and reduce some of your expenses so your savings will grow quicker If you haven t saved much in the past you may want to start with a small goal and once you ve achieved that you ll be well on your way to achieving a bigger goal Here are some examples of how you can plan your savings Saving for a Holiday with an automatic savings plan make regular savings Joan s goal is to save 5 000 to go on a holiday Her budget allows her to save 100 a week so it will take just under a year to reach her goal She decides to set up an Automatic Savings Plan ASP and the money is automatically deducted from her linked bank account which she uses on an everyday basis into an ING DIRECT Savings Maximiser She s also able to earn a high rate of interest while she is saving Savings Maximiser automatic savings plan Saving for a Boat with a Term Deposit lock your money away from temptation Bob is saving for a boat that he wants to buy in about 12 months when he retires and has already saved 30 000 He decides to transfer his money to a Term Deposit and lock away his money for a year to earn a high fixed rate of interest That way he won t be tempted to spend it during the year ING DIRECT Term Deposits Saving for a home using a combination of savings options Jo and Chris goal is to save 35 000 to put down as a deposit on a home Two years ago they opened a Savings Maximiser to earn high interest on their savings Each time they reached 10 000 they moved their savings to a Term Deposit for a high

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  • Types of savings accounts - ING DIRECT
    or management fees SMSF Cash High variable interest rate on the cash component of your SMSF SMSF Term Deposit High fixed interest rate for your SMSF You choose the timeframe Your tools How Living Super works Living Super investment options Superannuation calculators Superannuation interest rates Business Business Straightforward banking for your business All business More about business Business Optimiser High variable interest business savings account with 24 7 access Business Term Deposit High fixed interest rate for business savings You choose the timeframe Commercial Loans For investors looking to refinance or purchase commercial property Your tools Business calculators Business interest rates About us Contact us Help and support BSB 923 100 Home Savings Tips hints and guides Types of savings accounts Types of savings accounts Transactional account A transactional account is a bank account you use for money you expect to spend in the near future With a transaction account you can generally access your money using debit cards ATMs or the Internet Savings account A savings account is a bank account which you use for money you don t plan to spend in the near future Most savings accounts pay interest on your balance A convenient way to save is with an online savings account whereby you do all of your activities on the internet or via the phone saving you time and effort ING DIRECT s Savings Maximiser is an online savings account which offers a high rate of interest calculated daily and paid monthly so you earn interest on your interest It s also accessible 24 hours a day any day of the week Savings Maximiser ING DIRECT s Savings Accelerator is an online savings account which helps you to accelerate your savings With balances of 50 000 and over your whole balance earns a very rewarding

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