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To celebrate the launch of our new podcast Your Family, Your Money, we're giving you the chance to win $2,000 thanks to Westpac. Simply open a new Bump Savings account via their website and enter your details below by December 2, 11:59pm.
Regardless of whether you win or not, if your baby was born in 2017, Westpac will deposit $200 into their Westpac Bump Savings account which they can withdraw when they turn 16. Hello free money!Win $2000 with Westpac Bump Savings
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Account must be opened and your ID verified by 31 May 2018. The $200 is limited to 1 per child and will be forfeited if the account is closed before their 16th birthday. Other T&Cs and eligibility criteria apply. Read the T&Cs available at our website before deciding if the product is right for you.
Listen to our new podcast
Your Family, Your Money offers a fresh and fun approach to family finance, from busting bills to the back-to-work juggle, to the economics of children, hosted by mums and money experts Caitlin Fitzsimmons and Georgina Dent.
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Master your money with our new family finance podcast
Our news series offers a fresh and fun approach to family finance, hosted by Caitlin Fitzsimmons and Georgina Dent.
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9 life lessons your new baby is quietly teaching you
Let these little pointers be an encouragement to you.
3 simple ways to connect with your kids after daycare (in just 20 mins)
Making the most of family time at the end of a hectic day.