Your goals. Your money. All in one place.
A YouMoney everyday account and Internet Banking makes it easy to keep track of what’s going on with your money and stick to your goals.
All the basics. Covered.
Don’t let all the bells and whistles deceive you. YouMoney comes with everything you need from an everyday account.
Put it in your pocket
“See” your payees by adding photos/logos for easy recognition – the people you pay most will appear in your quick pay list so you have them right at your fingertips.
Quickly move money between your accounts with drag and drop. It’s especially handy on the mobile app when you’re out and about. Drag, drop, pay. Simple.
Easily find transactions using the smart search: enter names, amounts or phrases like “more than”. No need to scroll for ages or use detective skills.
Seeing your goals makes it easier to reach them
YouMoney comes with up to 25 accounts – so you can use one for each of your goals and expenses. Choose from everyday or savings accounts, they’re all available in Internet Banking at no extra cost^.
See how a spare few dollars here and there can add up to something special. Transfer across a daily allowance to an account linked to your card and save the change left over each day.
Seen a must-have item? Take a snap, create an account, add your picture and start saving. Put money aside in the short term and earn interest with a Personal OnCall account.
Use it your way. Any way.
Save time by doing it yourself. Online.
No queues, no hassle, no charge. Open and close accounts as you need to, set up automatic payments or apply for other banking products all from within Internet Banking.
Open & close accounts
Set up accounts for your goals as and when you need them, and close them when you’re done. Simple.
Pay no fees when you set up, change or stop your automatic payments in Internet Banking.
Apply for things
It’s faster to apply for things in Internet Banking, like a credit card limit increase or opening a term deposit. Click don’t queue.
Get expert advice
Get a speedy response from our helpful staff when you send a secure message in internet banking.
Say kia ora to Android Pay™, the awesome new way to pay
On hand when you need it
YouMoney at a glance
- Up to 25 accounts for all your goals
- Award-winning internet and mobile banking
- Unlimited withdrawals
- No transaction fees^
- Free alerts
- $5/month (waived for tertiary + graduate students, under 18s and retirees)
- Discounted overdrafts for tertiary + graduate students and apprentices^
Works best with
Good for putting money aside and managing your short term or smaller savings goals. Earn the same rate of interest on every dollar no matter what your balance is. Manage everything online, from making deposits, to transfers between your other accounts and you’ll pay no fees^.
Good for when you’re saving for a rainy day or have a large goal in mind. You’ll earn bonus interest on top of a base interest rate each month you make deposits to increase your balance and make no more than one withdrawal. You can make one free withdrawal each month without paying a fee^^.
An everyday account for homeowners.
Link your TotalMoney home loan to a TotalMoney everyday account and use the balances from your day-to-day spending and saving to reduce the amount of interest you pay on your home loan.
Creating the best banking experiences for our customers is at the heart of what we do. But don’t just take our word for it.
Delightful Digital Experiences
We ranked top in New Zealand for digital banking experiences that customers love in SAP’s 2016 New Zealand Digital Experience Report.
Our internet banking and mobile app won Best Effect award for design and innovation excellence in the 2014 Best Design Awards.
Everyday banking help and support
If you have questions or need help call 0800 275 269
Account opening and lending criteria, terms and fees apply. BNZ standard terms and conditions apply to all BNZ transaction and savings accounts. Details of our fees can be found in our Fees Guide. Rates and fees are subject to change.
Android Pay is a trademark of Google Inc.
YouMoney is only available for individuals and joint accounts.
$10 annual fee waived for the first 12 months when you get a BNZ Flexi Debit Visa at the time of opening a new YouMoney transaction account. After the first 12 months, you will be charged a $10 annual fee.
$5 monthly account fee applies. The monthly fee for all YouMoney accounts in the same account holder name(s) will be deducted from the first YouMoney account opened in the same account holder name(s) or the YouMoney account nominated to us.
A month refers to the period from the last business day of the previous calendar month to the second to last business day of the current calendar month. For the month that an account is opened, the opening balance is nil. In order to qualify for bonus interest, a deposit must be made to the account (not including any interest paid) at any time before the end of that month. Bonus criteria regarding one withdrawal a month still applies.
Mobile coverage and data required to access the BNZ Mobile Banking app. App Store is a service mark of Apple Inc. Google Play is a trademark of Google Inc.
Service fees may apply.
How to be eligible for student benefits:
To apply for student benefits, you will need to have any income direct credited to your YouMoney account and qualify under either of the following criteria:
- Full or part time students and apprentices (enrolled in at least one paper per semester, for at least 12 months), while you are studying through an NZQA accredited tertiary provider
- Those who have graduated from such a course within the past 12 months.
Your eligibility for student benefits expires 5 years after you apply, or 2 years after you graduate, unless you reapply, or discontinue studying (in which case you are no longer eligible for the student benefits).
Personal OnCall is not available for Companies and Trusts.
$5 withdrawal fee applies per withdrawal for all subsequent withdrawals per month. A withdrawal includes transferring your money from your Rapid Save account to one of your other BNZ accounts.