What is Expense Splitter?
Paid for a shared expense like concert tickets, a wedding gift or a holiday? Or perhaps you need to split household bills with your flatmates?
With Expense Splitter you can keep track of what you’re owed and who’s paid you back. You can also create an SMS to send to your friends to let them know how much they owe you, and what account to pay you into.
How does it work?
Select the transactions you’d like to split
Log on, tap the Services menu, then tap Expense Splitter. Then select or enter the transactions you’d like to split among your friends.
Add the friends who owe you
Then choose to split the expenses equally or unequally, and add your friends that owe you money.
TIP: Expense Splitter will always calculate how much is owed with your share of the expense included.
Create an SMS to send to your friends
You can then create an SMS to let your friends know how much they owe you, and which account to pay you into*.
TIP: Once the SMS has been created ensure that you don’t change the BSB or account details as funds paid to the wrong account may not be able to be recovered.
Keep track of who's paid you back
When you receive money from a friend go into Expense Splitter, tap the friend's name, then tap 'I got paid'. This lets you track who has and hasn’t paid you back.
Not a BankSA customer?
Open a bank account, register for Internet Banking and download the Mobile Banking app to start using Expense Splitter.
Download the app
*Normal SMS charge apply.
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