Managing your monthly expenses just got easier
With Bills Calendar, a planning tool in the Westpac App, never miss an upcoming bill by managing all your bills and regular expenses in the one place:
- Add suggested bills recommended from your transactions data
- Confirm the due date and frequency of your bills to add the due dates into future months
- Track payment status as bills will be marked as paid, due and overdue
- Set up notifications to remind you up to 3 days before the bill is due
How does it work?
Scroll down on your home screen until you find the Bills Calendar tile. Follow the prompts to get started.
Tap on a suggested bill recommended from your transaction data to autofill the details or add a bill manually.
See all your bills at a glance, check which bills have been paid, which are upcoming, and which are overdue.
Don't miss paying a bill, turn on reminders and we’ll let you know three days before.
Colour coding shows your bill status
An outlined grey circle means a bill is upcoming, so be prepared to make payment on the due date, as adding a bill to your calendar doesn't automatically schedule the payment.
A solid navy-blue circle means the bill has been paid. Your bill will change to paid after a transaction's recognised as belonging to that bill, or you can change it manually.
A dotted red circle means the bill is overdue. You'll need to make the payment as soon as possible to avoid the possibility of any late fees or extra interest being charged.
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Help when you need it
Frequently asked questions
There are two ways to start setting up your Bills Calendar:
1. Tap on the Bills Calendar tile on your Westpac App home screen
Follow the prompts to get started. You’ll see bill transactions to check and add to your calendar. Tap a transaction, confirm the details, and tap Save to add the bill to your calendar.
2. Go to a bill payment transaction
At the bottom of the transaction you can add the bill to your calendar. Tap Add then Create a new bill, check the name and amount, fill in the due date, frequency, and end date if applicable and tap Save.
The Manage Bills screen will show you suggestions to add other bills. Complete all the fields in the form and tap Save.
Things you should know
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