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At what bank can you open a checking account at 17 years old without a parent?

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Answer #1 | 07/09 2013 10:49
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Answer #2 | 07/09 2013 13:51
The laws in Australia are the same for all banks. Just wait until you're 18. With issuing of cheques now at its lowest level as most banking transactions are now transacted by Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT), having a cheque account has reduced in importance as you can now operate most requirements form saving accounts.
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Answer #3 | 06/09 2013 20:57
You need to be an adult, 18 and over, to open a cheque account in Australia. And note it's cheque account not checking!
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