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TD savings accounts

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Toronto, ON
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with a balance of

$5,000
1.25%

$63 first year return based on

$5,000 balance

Monthly fee
$0.00
Transaction fees
$0.00
E-transfer
$0.00
0.05%

$3 first year return based on

$5,000 balance

Monthly fee
$0.00
Transaction fees
$0.00
E-transfer
$0.00
0.05%

$3 first year return based on

$5,000 balance

Monthly fee
$0.00
Transaction fees
$0.00
E-transfer
$0.00
0.01%

$1 first year return based on

$5,000 balance

Monthly fee
$0.00
Transaction fees
$0.00
E-transfer
$0.00
0.01%

$1 first year return based on

$5,000 balance

Monthly fee
$0.00
Transaction fees
$3.00
E-transfer
$1.00

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About TD Canada Trust

TD Canada Trust is one of Canada's Big Five banks with more than 1,150 branches across the country. You can access your account at an ATM, online, through the TD app, or over the phone.

 

Compare TD Canada Trust's savings accounts

TD Canada Trust offers savings accounts that offer varying interest rates. Each account is insured by CDIC.

 

TD High Interest Savings Account

Amongst TD Canada Trust’s savings accounts, the TD High Interest Savings Account offers the highest interest rate and no monthly fees. Although there are transaction fees on ATM withdrawals and e-transfers. However, debit transactions and transfers are free if you maintain a monthly balance of at least $25,000. The minimum balance for the TD High Interest Savings Account is $5,000.

 

TD High Interest TFSA Savings Account

The TD High Interest Tax-Free Savings Account doesn’t charge transaction fees on internal transfers or ATM withdrawals. While the interest rates offered on this account aren’t as competitive as other financial institutions, this savings account can make transferring money between other TD Canada Trust accounts easier.

 

TD Youth Savings Account

The TD Youth Savings Account has interest rates comparable to the other big Canadian banks. Moreover, interest is tiered depending on the balance deposited into the account. The TD Youth Savings Account is for customers under the age of 19. It features free transactions and internal transfers.

 

TD Every Day Savings Account

The TD Every Day Savings Account has no monthly fee and transfers from this account to your other TD Canada Trust accounts are free. Each month, customers also get one free debit transaction.

 

Compare other TD Canada Trust products

In addition to savings accounts, TD Canada Trust offers chequing accounts, credit cards, mortgages, insurance, and investment products.

 

Get the best savings account

With a number of branches conveniently located across Canada, TD Canada Trust can easily provide you with customer service support and access to a financial advisor. But if you’re looking for different savings products, it might be in your best interest to take a look at other providers. You can see all your options using our savings account comparison tool.

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