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Compare the best TD Bank GICs

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    4.00%$200 total return based on$5,000 investment
    Term
    1 Year
    Type
    Non-registered
    Minimum investment
    $1,000

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About TD Canada Trust

TD Canada Trust is a wholly-owned subsidiary of TD Bank Group, which operates three main business lines (Canadian retail, U.S. retail, and wholesale banking). It has more than 13 million personal and small business banking customers across the country. TD Canada Trust offers a number of products and services, including guaranteed investment certificates (GICs) and other term deposits.

TD Canada Trust's GIC rates

Similar to the other Canadian Big Five banks, TD Canada Trust offers a variety of GIC investment options. Among these options are both cashable (redeemable) and non-cashable (non-redeemable) GICs. TD Canada Trust’s short-term GICs can be purchased for term lengths of 30, 60, 90, 120, 180, or 270 days. These are available for GICs in non-registered and registered plans. However, the 30- and 60-day terms aren’t available for GICs in a registered retirement income fund (RRIF) or registered education savings plan (RESP). Alternatively, you can buy a GIC for both non-registered and registered plans at TD Canada Trust with term lengths of either one, two, three, four, or five years. Interest rates for these GICs vary depending on the term length.

Compare other TD Canada Trust products

At TD Canada Trust, you can find other common personal banking products and services including savings and chequing accounts, mortgages, credit cards, and other savings and investment products.

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