Posted October 11, 2020 10:18:16Bank holiday 2020 is here.
And so is another bank holiday.
With banks across the country offering a cash-only holiday, many Australians are still trying to get their news out.
And it seems to be working.
The ABC has compiled a list of the best articles from the past two bank holidays for Australian business, focusing on what to do in the heat and with kids and pets.
There are plenty of other tips and tricks for the busy bank holiday week.
Here’s the full list of bank holidays and bank holiday best practices:Australian Bank Holiday Best Practices (ABC News)Read the full bank holiday guide to keep your business busy.
You should be able to get away with only using cash.
The cash rate at some banks is higher than you would expect, so be prepared to pay up to 2.50% more than normal for everyday transactions.
But if you can’t afford to pay the extra, you can still make up the difference in a couple of ways:Pay in cash, at the register.
If you’re doing the normal banking, you may have a problem.
Some banks charge a surcharge, which is usually 1.5% of your bank statement.
If the bank surcharge isn’t included, it will be.
Some of the biggest banks will also allow you to pay in cash.
You may be able use your credit card to pay with a mobile phone, so make sure you get an emergency phone number or have an alternative method of payment to take with you.
If all else fails, your bank might ask you to show your passport and a valid ID, which can be difficult for some people.
If that’s the case, you should be prepared for the queues at the ATM.
If there’s a cash register in the ATM, be prepared with cash.
Cash is more secure than your mobile phone.
Your bank may ask you if you’d like to get cash from the ATM when you’re in the building or waiting for your payment.
Some shops have a cash machine on site that allows you to exchange your cash for cash at a counter.
Some bank branches have a separate cash machines that allow you the same access to cash.
If not, you’ll be at the cash register for most of the bank holiday and it’s likely you’ll need to show a valid identification.
If your bank says you can use your card, make sure your card is accepted.
There may be restrictions or requirements for certain cards.
Bank holidays can be a good time to get some freebies and promotions.
Many banks are giving away freebies, such as cash back and cash back gift cards.
But some banks also offer discounts, including savings accounts, and cash backs for those with high incomes.
Some online and mobile banking providers offer free and low-cost credit cards.
There’s a chance you may be eligible for some bank holidays benefits.
If so, be sure to check if your benefits will apply to your bank holiday, as some are limited or non-existent at certain banks.
The bank holiday season is always unpredictable, and there are always new things to do.
Some things to watch out forThis bank holiday could be bad news for your finances if you’re trying to pay down a mortgage.
But many people will find the bank holidays a good chance to get out of debt.
There is also a lot of holiday-related travel in Australia.
You can also try to save some cash.
Some airlines have special bank holidays.
The Australian Government has announced that you can book holidays from 7:00am to 6:00pm on the first Sunday in October for a discounted air ticket.
This can help you get to and from Australia on time.
Check if you qualify for a discount on flights or accommodation.
The holidays will be busy, so prepare for the worst.
Find out if you’ll qualify for holiday payback and holiday bonuses, and if you might be able the use your Australian bank holiday to save more.