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Do you hold business products with Westpac?

Are you a company or sole trader/ partnership?

Are you registered for personal online banking?

What is your company structure?


To be eligible for online banking you'll need our business account.

For businesses that mainly transact electronically


Business One Low Plan

  • Unlimited electronic transactions
  • 25 free transactions per month (includes staff-assisted and cheque transactions)
  • $10 Monthly Plan Fee.

Open an account in less than 10 minutes

 

For businesses with a high number of transactions


Business One High Plan

  • Unlimited electronic transactions
  • 60 free transactions per month (includes staff-assisted and cheque transactions)
  • $20 Monthly Plan Fee.

Open an account in less than 10 minutes

 

For businesses that make a low number of transactions


Business One Flexi

  • No monthly service fee
  • Pay as you go fee structure, meaning you only pay for the transactions you make.

Apply for an account in less than 10 minutes

 


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Westpac Live Online Banking

4 reasons to keep business & personal separate

One of the most useful things to do when starting a business is keeping business finances separate from personal.
 

Register for Westpac Live today and start managing your business accounts

Access our business specific features:

Give employees and accountants access to view or make payments through account sharing  

Make multiple payments such as staff wages

Import payee files

Connect to and import files from software packages such as Xero or MYOB*.

 

Personal

Westpac Live Online Banking

4 reasons to keep business & personal separate

One of the most useful things to do when starting a business is keeping business finances separate from personal.
 

Use your current online banking to manage your business from one login.

Extra features you can set up to run your business:

Give employees and accountants access to view or make payments through account sharing  

Make multiple payments such as staff wages

Import payee files

Connect to and import files from software packages such as Xero or MYOB*.

 

Sole directors

Westpac Live for Business

Step 1: Make an appointment with a business banker at a branch, and allow at least 30 minutes on the day so that Westpac Live can be set up for your business structure.

Step 2: To be able to manage the set-up of business banking in Westpac Live, you need to decide at least one person to act as an Administrator.  Read the Online Banking Terms and conditions.

Step 3: Attend the appointment with any of the administrator/s present to be identified.  Make sure you have your  business details (customer number, business name and registered business address).

Step 4: At the appointment, download the mobile app, sign-in and start using Westpac Live. Ensure you are initially set up for Westpac Protect SMS – to start making payments straight away. 

Next steps:

Multiple directors

Westpac Live for Business

Step 1: Make an appointment with a business banker at a branch, and allow at least 30 minutes on the day so that Westpac Live can be set up for your business structure.

Step 2: To be able to manage the set-up of business banking in Westpac Live, you need to decide at least one person to act as an Administrator.  Read the Online Banking Terms and conditions.

Step 3: Attend the appointment with any of the administrator/s present to be identified.  Make sure you have your  business details (customer number, business name and registered business address).

Step 4: At the appointment, download the mobile app, sign-in and start using Westpac Live. Ensure you are initially set up for Westpac Protect SMS – to start making payments straight away. 

Next steps:

Things you should know

*Read the Westpac Online Banking Terms and Conditions (PDF 296KB) before making a decision. Not all accounts are eligible to be included in a feed. These can include loan accounts and accounts requiring multiple authorisations for transactions. Bank Feed must be set up with Third Party Service Provider before it can be connected in Westpac Live. If your Third Party Service Provider does not appear in the drop down menu in Westpac Live, you may need to check that your provider is registered with Westpac. Should there be any changes in your user access or network access levels, you may need to disconnect your Bank Feed(s) as any access changes will not impact bank feeds.  The products and services offered by these Third Party Service Providers may be subject to terms and conditions and fees and charges.  Westpac does not guarantee or endorse the services or products offered by these Third Party Service Providers.

This information does not take your personal objectives, circumstances or needs into account. Consider its appropriateness to these factors before acting on it. Read the terms and conditions for Westpac Online Banking at westpac.com.au before making a decision and consider whether the product is appropriate for you. Transaction fees may apply. Westpac Banking Corporation ABN 33 007 457 141 AFSL and Australian credit licence 233714.