Designed to make your life easier, Westpac provides a range of innovative financial packages to support your personal and business banking needs and goals, so you can do more of what you love to do – teach.
Whether you are starting up, expanding or running a not-for-profit, we have a range of business bank accounts to help you.
- Business One - Low Plan: Our most popular business bank account with 25 free transactions per month. Ideal if you are starting a new business.
- Business One - High Plan: Business transaction account that comes with 60 free transactions per month. Ideal for businesses with high number of transactions.
- Business Flexi: only pay for the transactions you make, while earning interest on large balances.
- Foreign Currency Accounts: Make and receive payments in a foreign currency without the need to convert each time.
- Community Solutions Cheque Account: Everyday transaction account for not-for-profit organisations.
For more information, visit Business bank accounts
For businesses of any size, our employer plan is simple to run, while for those who like to self-manage, there's DIY super; with everything to assist you with life after work.
Self-managed superannuation funds are a smart new way to set up, invest and manage your self-managed super fund, all in one place.
Corporate Superannuation. BT Lifetime Super Employer Plan in an uncomplicated business superannuation solution that's easily managed via a dedicated website and phone support team. It provides:
- MySuper compliant default options for members
- Can be tailored simply for SMEs; yet scalable and flexible for corporate demands
- Flexible insurance options to suit varied needs of employees.
For more information, visit business banking superannuation
You might be surprised how often Australia's younger generation will need to use maths in their day-to-day lives. Even more surprising is how far Australia is slipping behind in numeracy standards compared to other countries. That's why we're putting our hand up to help today's students know their numbers. This way, they'll be better able to handle tomorrow's challenges.
To celebrate our 200th birthday, we're giving Australia free access to maths education through Mathspace Essentials. This new partnership will give all Australians the opportunity to boost their maths skills.
On Mathspace Essentials, students from years 3 to 12 can immerse themselves in literally thousands of interactive maths questions, covered in the Australian Curriculum.
Mathspace is a cutting edge platform that provides step-by-step learning online – to help understand the steps it takes to reach a correct answer. You also receive helpful hints and video lessons created by real maths teachers along the way.
Access Mathspace Essentials for free, thanks to Westpac (a saving of $99 per year).
Westpac and Mathspace are also introducing Solve to Save – a new program which earns financial rewards for students when they successfully complete weekly tasks using Mathspace Plus program. You need to subscribe to Mathspace Plus for $10 per week and link an eligible Westpac bank account. When the student successfully completes their weekly maths tasks, $10 will be deposited into the nominated Westpac account.
For more information, visit info.westpac.com.au/200/#mathspace
Davidson Institute and financial education
Building confidence today for a better financial future: Davidson Institute, named after Sir Alfred Davidson the pioneer of Westpac financial education.
Whether you’re starting your business, operating your business or growing your business, the Davidson Institute offers a range of money management topics for individuals, businesses, not for profit organisations and community groups.
For more information visit www.davidsoninstitute.edu.au/business
Financial First Steps
Our Financial First Steps – Starting Out guide is for people just starting to manage their money for themselves. Developing good money habits early in life will stand people in good stead for the rest of their life.
The Financial First Steps –Starting Out guide introduces the concept of setting goals and saving to achieve those goals, explores the ways in which money can be used and encourages making informed choices with money.
For more information, visit Westpac's Davidson Institute
Our Financial First Steps –Working Out guide is for people getting into the workforce and learning how to manage their income. A big milestone for many people is getting their first job, but with that comes the added responsibility of managing the income they’re now earning. Understanding work entitlements and getting into good money habits will help make the most of the opportunities that working presents.
The Financial First Steps – Working Out guide: explores the ins and outs of getting paid, encourages having a plan for spending and saving and introduces financial products to help manage money.
For more information, visit Westpac's Davidson Institute
Helicopter Schools Program
The Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Schools Program is a fun and educational resource developed to teach primary school students about this iconic emergency service. It has been created by Westpac, in conjunction with the Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Bases, Surf Life Saving Australia and an independent education agency for students, teachers and parents to provide information about the Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Service and the important emergency service they provide to communities all over Australia.
Teachers can review the resources and implement them in their classroom. Ideally they would show the video episodes in class and then perform the lesson plans which align to the content. Lesson plans are also designed to be used in a flexible manner in the classroom so teachers can adapt each activity to suit their students and their schools teaching format.
The Westpac Lifesaver Rescue Helicopter Schools Program app also offers children an opportunity to play and learn. There are two play-based learning games – 'Rescue Rangers' and 'Westpac Little Ripper' – as well as digital lessons to educate children about the iconic emergency rescue service.
For more information, visit www.westpacrescue.com.au/schools
Things you should know
This information is general information only and does not constitute any recommendation or advice. The information is current at 25 August 2017 and is subject to change. It has been prepared without taking account of your objectives, financial situation or needs. Because of this you should, before acting on the information, consider its appropriateness, having regard to your objectives, financial situation and needs. You should also consider obtaining personalised advice from a professional financial adviser and your accountant before making any financial decisions in relation to the matters discussed herein.
BT Funds Management Limited ABN 63 002 916 458 AFSL No. 233724 RSE No. L0001090 is the trustee of the BT Lifetime Super - Employer Plan ABN 39 827 542 991, RSE R1001327 (Fund) and is the issuer of interests in the Fund. A Product Disclosure Statement (PDS) is available for the Fund and can be obtained by calling 132 135, downloading the Member Booklet and/or the Employer Booklet. You should obtain and consider the PDS before deciding whether to acquire, continue to hold or dispose of interests in the Fund.
An investment in the Fund is not an investment in, deposit with or any other liability of Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 (the Bank) or any other company in the Westpac Group. It is subject to investment risk, including possible delays in repayment and loss of income and principal invested. None of the Bank, any other company in the Westpac Group or any appointment investment manager stands behind or otherwise guarantees the capital value or investment performance of the Fund.
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