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The Freedom Business Account is a flexible, convenient account that allows you to minimise fees with fee-free Internet and Phone Banking transactions. You have easy access to your money at all times, starting with unlimited fee-free online transactions.
The St.George Freedom Business Account combines both convenience and flexibility. Business customers can make use of internet and phone banking completely free of charge making this account ideal form companies who wish to cut down on their monthly bank fees and enjoy freedom in the process.
The account charges a nominal monthly fee and holders are entitled to up to 15 free branch or ATM deposits every month.
St.George also provides free taxation and legal advice online which is great value for small and medium enterprises who can use the service to cut down on consultancy expenses that can at run into thousands of dollars.
Business owners can also use the account to set up an overdraft facility which is particularly useful for managing cash flow.
Business owners can also configure their account to send them SMS updates which enable them to stay on top of their balances and remain aware of any deposits or withdrawals which is very useful for managing money.
Holders of the St.George Freedom Business Account have 24/7 access to their fund either through internet or phone banking, by EFTPOS, Cheque or ATM
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