Online Banking for Business Support
Getting the most out of Online Banking
Frequently asked questions
Manage your banking
To enjoy the benefits of eStatements you’ll need to have an eligible business account, a valid email address registered to your business, and be registered for Online Banking. If you’re an Administrator or Sole Trader, you can manage your business statements online.
Daily Payment Limits
A Business Daily Payment Limit is the cumulative total value of payments that can be made within a business profile in a single day, using Online Banking and the Westpac App.
When you update to the new Westpac App experience, you will notice we’ve changed the way you switch between Personal, Business, and shared banking profiles.
In the Westpac App
1. Tap Profile
2. Tap your profile name
3. Select the profile you want to sign into
A security device generates a single use security code which provides an additional safeguard against fraud. To approve payments or access some features in Online Banking, you’ll need a security device.
Foreign Tax Residency
Tax residency refers to the country in which a business typically submits an income tax return or a country where you may be liable to pay tax. This applies to individuals, entities, and any of their associated parties, for example, beneficial owners and controlling persons of organisations.
Online Banking enables you to manage your banking anywhere, anytime. You can check your account balances, make payments, transfer funds, view your statements, update your contact details and more. Online Banking for Business is available on your desktop, tablet, or mobile phone.
Things you should know
* Available on compatible devices with supported operating systems. View the full list of compatible devices and supported operating systems at westpac.com.au/devices.
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