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First Steps: Opening an Account

Make the smart decision and open a High Interest Savings Account (HISA) or a Tax Free Savings Account (TFSA). Find out everything you need to know about how to open these different savings accounts, including what pieces of ID you need and the minimum deposit required.

What's the Difference between a TFSA and a RRSP

Even without the long acronyms these two money saving products have a lot in common, both investment vehicles offer great tax incentives. But in order to get the most out of these products it's important to understand how they differ: TFSA versus RRSP.

Your Child's First Bank Account

The greatest gift you can give your child isn't an iPad or a new bike - it's a children's bank account. That gift could set them up for life ... just don't expect your child to be too thrilled about the idea! Read more about opening your child's first savings account.

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Use our handy savings calculator to work out how much your savings will be in a few years time with higher interest rates. You can input ongoing monthly or yearly contributions with different compounding periods and different rates.

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