Personal savings accountWhether you save a little or a lot, and whether your goals are just around the corner or way down the road, we have the tools to get you there. Let’s get started today!

First, let’s start with the benefits that come with all of our savings accounts:

Next, let’s review the two types of savings accounts you can choose from. Everyday Savings is our most flexible savings account, but you’ll find Investor Savings comes with a better interest rate. Here’s a little more about each:

Everyday Savings

Everyday Savings allows you 2 free transactions per month. 

  • Anything over and above will cost $1 per additional transaction and $1 per additional staff-assisted debit.
  • There's a $2 charge for withdrawals at ATMs in Canada that don’t display the ding free® symbol and a $5 charge for ATM withdrawals outside Canada. 
  • View rates.

Investor Savings

Investor Savings is designed to be a true savings account, with few transactions.

  • You get 1 free transaction per month.  Additional transactions will cost $5 each. 
  • This account can’t be accessed for ATM withdrawals and direct payment purchases.
  • View rates

 These transactions aren’t included with your account package:

  • $1 for Interac e-Transfers†.
  • $2.25 for staff-assisted bill payments.

Looking to learn more? Find it here:

  • How’s a savings account different from a chequing account?

  • How much should I be saving?

  • Everyday or Investor Savings – which one’s right for me?

  • Where does the interest I earn come from?

  • How is interest calculated and paid?

  • What’s ding free®?

  • What is a bank draft?

  • How do I open a Savings account?

Interac e-Transfer is a registered trademark of Interac Inc. Used under licence.