A joint account is an account that has more than one owner. It can be any type of account, such as a transaction account, savings account or term deposit. Joint accounts can make managing shared expenses easier, but it also means the other parties will have access to the funds you put in that account. It’s important to decide whether a joint account will work for you and your needs, and how you’d like the access to the account to be set up.
* Overdrawn accounts
Debit interest may be charged
** Debit card options
Choose between a NAB Visa Debit card (no monthly fee) or a NAB Platinum Visa Debit card($10 monthly fee)
^ Early withdrawal notice
This product has a fixed term. You’ll need to provide 31 days’ notice to make an early withdrawal and a reduction in interest will apply.
1 Introductory rate
Fixed bonus margin is only available on the first NAB iSaver account opened by customers who have not held a NAB iSaver in the last 12 months. In the case of multiple account holders, the bonus margin will only be received if all customers are eligible.
2 Bonus Interest - Reward Saver
To earn the bonus interest, you must make no withdrawals and at least one deposit in the month (we need to receive the deposit on or before the second last banking day of the month.) If you earn bonus interest, we calculate it using your daily closing balance throughout the month.
Target Market Determinations for these products are available at nab.com.au/TMD.