How to jumpstart money goals for 2023

For those looking for a way to jumpstart their money goals this 2023, fret not as all-in-one digital bank Maya runs down tips and tricks to master your money and get you closer to your 2023 money goals.

Boost your savings. Grow your hard-earned savings with up to a massive 6 percent p.a. with Maya Savings for deposits up to P100,000. All you have to do is spend a total of P250 on bills, load, or Maya payments (QR code, card, or online). In excess of P100,000, you also earn a base interest rate of 4.5 percent p.a on your deposits up to P5 million. You also get to watch your money grow as savings interests are credited to your account, daily.

Be in control of your own finances.

Be in control of your own finances.

Maya Savings also lets you set up Personal Goals and earn a guaranteed 6 percent interest per annum on deposits of up to P1M. What's more, you can create up to 5 different Personal Goals. Think one for each life goal like emergencies, home, car… just what being in control of your own finances looks like.

Save on fees. Get cash in your Maya wallet for a minimum of P1,500 via InstaPay and get your InstaPay fee (up to P25) as a cashback.

Spend and save. Shop at Robinsons Malls and get some money back with Maya. For a minimum P1,000 single-receipt spend, you can receive a P100 cashback from your first-ever Maya QR transaction and P50 consecutively after.

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Need mobile load? Collect 5 percent cashback each time you accumulate P500 worth of load. New to Maya? Enjoy 20 percent cashback (up to P50) when you load up with Smart or TNT.

Traveling? Enjoy 50 percent off (up to P1,500) on hotels and 1,500 AirAsia points by booking a hotel worth at least P1,500 through the AirAsia super app or website. Simply enter your Maya Visa card details upon checkout and input the code “VISA50.”

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