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Saturday, January 20, 2018

Comparison Of Savings Account In The Philippines: Initial Deposit, Maintaining Balance And Interest Rates Per Annum





Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE
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Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.
This article will provide you some information, list of savings bank in the Philippines, and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.

Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.

Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.

Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE
Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.
Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE

With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.

Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE
Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.
Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE
Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.
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Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE
Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.
Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE
 At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.
Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE
For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.
Opening a savings account is very important specially if you want to start budgeting your finances and needed to save for the future.  This article will provide you some information and will help you come up with the idea which bank you will put your hard earned savings.    Note that information and data may change overtime depending on the bank policy. You may visit the banks nearest branch for additional information.  Here are the list and comparison of the savings accounts of leading banks in the Philippines.    Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) offers the lowest initial deposit available with their Jumpstart savings account. You can start saving with as low as P100. However, to earn 0.250% per annum, you have to maintain at least P2,000 on your account.      With BDO, you can have ATM savings account for initial deposit of P2,000 which could earn the usual 0.250%  per annum.      Among the banks in the list PNB could be the least interest earner of only 0.100% per annum out of the P10,000 required balance.    Landbank, on the other hand offers 0.250% out of the lowest required balance of only P500 for the regular savings account.  Sponsored Links    Planters Bank could give you double the usual interest rate at 0.50% per annum with any of their savings account.     At Metrobank, they require P10,000 initial deposit for savings passbook account. For ATM account, you can initially deposit P2,000. Both with earnings of the norm 0.250% per annum.    For P500, you could earn 0.250% with RCBC ATM savings account. If you want passbook savings account, you may need to have P25,000 for initial deposit.    Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.    We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.    Read More:  Mortgage Loan: What You Need To Know    Passport on Wheels (POW) of DFA Starts With 4 Buses To Process 2000 Applicants Daily  Did You Apply for OFW ID and Did You Receive This Email?    Jobs Abroad Bound For Korea For As Much As P60k Salary    Command Center For OFWs To Be Established Soon   ©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO  www.jbsolis.com   SEARCH JBSOLIS, TYPE KEYWORDS and TITLE OF ARTICLE
Among the banks above, Chinabank has the least required initial deposit, maintaining balance and required balance for your money to earn the biggest interest rate of 0.750% per annum for ATM savings account and 0.50% for easi-save with passbook. For easi-save basic, you only need P100, no maintaining balance and your P1,000 could already earn 0.50% per annum.

We hope that this article could help you decide where to put your money and start saving may it be for your future or you are saving it for something else. Saving for the future is a good virtue.

*You can verify the rates and savings packages at the bank branches near you.

This article is filed under: Finance, Saving Accounts in Philippines, Best Bank for Savings in Philippines, Banks Initial Deposit, Banks Maintaining Balance, Banks Interests

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