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What is a savings account?
Learn the fundamentals about savings accounts - from their purpose, how they function, and why almost everyone should open one.continue reading
What is a high interest savings account?
We delve into the details of what separates high interest savings accounts from regular accounts, and we do the math to show how much more you can earn.continue reading
What are registered savings accounts?
Registered accounts can help you achieve specific financial goals - like saving for retirement or your child's education.continue reading
Savings account alternatives
Savings accounts are great for putting aside some money for a rainy day – but they aren’t the only option. We take a look at some alternatives and how they measure up.continue reading
About tiered savings accounts
Learn about the different ways interest can be calculated on a savings account, and find out if a tiered savings account is right for you.continue reading
About U.S. savings accounts
We break down what a U.S. saving account is, and the reasons you might want to open one.continue reading
Use our calculator to compare the top savings accounts in the country and work out exactly how much more interest you can earn on your deposits.get started
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