I am in the process of transferring my tfsa to www.happysavings.ca (Hubert Financial). Interest rates are well above all others, and interest rates are not special rates, they are the normal rate. If you want to act, then Questrade is probably the best out there in terms of low cost and simplicity. I have a tfsa with Hubert and Questrade for various purposes. Can`t do the pc financially because, as you said, it`s over and simplii is not yet open for biz. Do some research on Tangerine on her Facebook page and people are very angry with the new site and how difficult it is to navigate, as well as her site is below for all of Friday. It`s not good. Now I think I could go for the Manitoba credit union achieva… As of today, October 8, 2017, the rate is 1.85 for savings, plus they have linked it to Acculink to my credit union loan here only in case, and its 100% of all insured funds, not just 100 large. So far, so good. The search will continue. I also like EQ, but its scary cause is neither chequing nor TMS. The transfer takes place at the end of the happysavings, it`s interesting.
So far, I have had only positive experiences with them. Admittedly, this is a savings account and is not intended for daily banking, so you should be aware of this. Since you speak tfsa, I guess you know it. EQ Bank has added a number of GICs, although from what I have heard, the agreement gives them the upper hand to dissolve the ICG at an early stage. The liquidity problems that Home Capital Group (I think Equitable Bank is its online offering) was for me a warning to avoid too much with EQ Bank. Bank transfer (you have to initiate it because it is not a „payment of an invoice“ thing) you tfsa to another institution and absorb the cost of this, unless the other institution will cover it… What they rarely do if you don`t carry over a certain amount. Neither account options nor interest rates attract TD Canada Trust, but this bank offers several decent savings accounts at no cost. I have Simplii (Checking and Savings), WealthSimple (Savings) and RBC (Checking, Savings, TFSA) accounts as well as valuable RBC Bank Accounts (USA). All of these are for their own purposes and I never pay a fee. Multi-products with RBC do not generate fees (although I have opened a TFSA with them, in which I pay a nominal amount each month to make sure I receive the full fee rebate.) I am now wondering if I should open a savings account to get the current rate of 2.3%, which is better than the 1.7% that Propose WealthSimple. However, I wondered how my wife could access these funds after my sudden fall, and I think I now see that the account must be common.
Comfort With online banking, your account can be accessed from your computer, tablet, mobile app or phone. Great article and I use two of these online banks. The big 5 banks also offer useful services, especially for seniors. Almost every time I go to a normal bank, I usually see an older senior sitting in a special area and getting help from a bank employee. And the narrator often spends 15 minutes or more helping a disoriented senior. So let`s not always pay banks for the service fees they charge non-seniors. Let me know if you want my recommendation code to check it out after reading, I think your first 5Ks are invested for free and then another 5K for recommendation. 0.5% after, you could definitely keep some of the gross ETFs saving, but it looks like you`re not into that.
Good morning, informaion. I want to open an account and you helped me make the decision. Thank you for for forgetting to ask, what do they think of Meridian? Current offer is 2.75% for 90 days non-exchangeable GIC or TFSA – Interest is billed daily on the total balance of financial statements and paid monthly. Prices are per year and can be changed without notice Nice summary. We have the bank with Tangerine and PC Financial and we love them both.