TD Bank TD Canada Trust: Get $100.00 When You Open a New Tax-Free Savings Account Get $100 with a New Tax-Free Savings Account!

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Save some money for the future with this bonus offer from TD Canada Trust, because you can get $100.00 when you open a new TD Tax-Free Savings Account!

There are two TFSAs eligible for the bonus -- the TD Canada Trust Tax-Free Savings Account or TD Mutual Funds Tax-Free Savings Account. Simply apply online or book an in-branch appointment to open an account.

Once opened, you'll need to contribute a minimum of $1000.00 to the account before June 28 to be eligible for the $100.00 bonus -- the contribution can be a direct deposit or a transfer from another Canadian bank. In addition, you'll need to maintain a minimum account balance of $1000.00 until November 29 and keep your account open until January 20, 2020.

Once these qualifications are met, you'll get the bonus $100.00 via direct deposit on or before January 20, 2020.

This offer is available to new or qualifying TD Canada Trust customers until June 28 -- click here to read the complete terms and conditions for this offer.

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    • good deal. no room unfortunately :(
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    • From what I understand, the account needs to be open till January 31, 2020. If we are following Step 1: The condition inside step 1 is to have a non-cashable GIC for atleast 1Year which means we can't be able to cash out the GIC before 1 year, which makes the account to remain open till 1-Year atleast from the date you signup for GIC?

      Am I correct ? Or can we close the Account on Jan 31,2020 and just keep the GIC till its maturity date?
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    • Opened a new TFSA at TD on March 30... that’s unlucky for me.
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    • is there a monthly fee?
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    • $500 new chequing account
      $100 new RRSP
      $100 new TFSA

      thank you TD
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    • isd9999 wrote:
      Apr 9th, 2019 2:07 pm
      $500 new chequing account
      $100 new RRSP
      $100 new TFSA

      thank you TD
      Ditto!
      Thanks OP
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    • Does this work with their e-series funds?
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    • I don't have any products with TD. To get a TFSA with them, do I need to open a chequing or savings account first?
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    • kulb wrote:
      Apr 9th, 2019 2:26 pm
      I don't have any products with TD. To get a TFSA with them, do I need to open a chequing or savings account first?
      Nope, you can go in and only open a TFSA. Just be sure you have eligible contribution room.
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    • Ridinginoffice7 wrote:
      Apr 9th, 2019 1:19 pm
      is there a monthly fee?
      There was not for me but keep in mind $100 will only cover 5 open-to-close trades.
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    • flaris wrote:
      Apr 9th, 2019 2:32 pm
      There was not for me but keep in mind $100 will only cover 5 open-to-close trades.
      I wont do any trading, just put $1K in a GIC
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    • I just opened one a few weeks ago... darn.

      Monthly fees for a TD TFSA direct investing account are:
      10$ a month
      Waived if you complete:
      one trade per month or
      100$ automatic monthly transfer into the account (you can transfer back) or
      maintain xxx balance. The balance was too high for me so sorry I don't remember.

      Each trade is also 10$
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    • P0rkchop wrote:
      Apr 9th, 2019 2:53 pm
      I just opened one a few weeks ago... darn.

      Monthly fees for a TD TFSA direct investing account are:
      10$ a month
      Waived if you complete:
      one trade per month or
      100$ automatic monthly transfer into the account (you can transfer back) or
      maintain xxx balance. The balance was too high for me so sorry I don't remember.

      Each trade is also 10$
      the balance is 15k combined in all accounts with TD
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    • Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't there a $75 transfer out fee for TD TFSA account? Basically when your $1000 1 year GIC term is over and you want to transfer it out, you'll be charged $75. I'm not sure if this applies to if you just withdraw the money out directly.
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    • humble_kid wrote:
      Apr 9th, 2019 4:58 pm
      Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't there a $75 transfer out fee for TD TFSA account? Basically when your $1000 1 year GIC term is over and you want to transfer it out, you'll be charged $75. I'm not sure if this applies to if you just withdraw the money out directly.
      I believe there's a fee for transferring to another TFSA account at another institution. However you should be able to redeem the GIC, withdraw all the cash and then close the account for free. You would lose the room that year but get it back next year.
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    • Hiend87 wrote:
      Apr 9th, 2019 2:30 pm
      Nope, you can go in and only open a TFSA. Just be sure you have eligible contribution room.
      What about withdrawing from the TFSA a year later? Would a chequing or savings account be required or can I just withdraw straight from the TFSA account?
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    • dinkeye wrote:
      Apr 9th, 2019 7:22 pm
      Why buy a GIC? After inflation the return is next to nothing
      Your principle is at risk for other investment vehicles if you need the money in the near-term
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