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Meridian Credit Union lays off more than 5% of its total

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Offer Details: Meridian Credit Union lays off more than 5% of its total workforce, possibly permanently. Facebook Twitter Email this. May 21, 2020 5:20 am. Doug. British Columbia, Canada. Member . Members. Forum Posts: 3455. Member Since: December 12, 2009. Offline. 1. BNN Bloomberg is reporting, by way of their on-screen scrolling news ticker only with no online report, that Meridian Credit Union has laid See more ...

DUCA 2.5% HISA Promo 2020 04 02 | DUCA Credit Union

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Offer Details: They have, however, cut off eligibility to the promo, when the significant changes in the environment required them to do so. The requirement of having a DUCA staff person transfer funds into the promo account is not a major inconvenience, and provides DUCA staff the chance to offer new investment or product opportunities to targeted clients. See more ...

GIC maturity instruction | Peoples Trust | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: One of my GICs is maturing today. I called to instruct to redeem the principle and interest to my savings account on August 29. When I checked my account this morning, the GIC has been renewed for the same GIC term. Because of the long weekend, I can't called them in 2 days, so the See more ...

Tax treatment of GIC interest penalties | GIC discussions

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Offer Details: Or am I off track? From my personal experience as executor for 2 estates the interest rate paid on the GIC at time of collapse was the same interest rate as if the GIC were held to maturity i.e. there were NO early cashing penalties assessed. In the case of say an escalator type GIC should the individual die in the 3rd year of the GIC, interest See more ...

Did anyone else get this email from Motive? | Motive

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Offer Details: It's all about "money-laundering" AND the United States quest to track down every cent of income from it's citizens - from the Form- • If you are an entity and you are planning to open a financial account or if you already have a financial account with a Canadian financial institution, it may ask you to fill out this or a similar form. For more information on how to fill out this form, see See more ...

CMHC is a borderline scam | Mortgages | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: Bank forecloses on a home with a mortgage 1/3 payed off. Evicted owner waits for some token reimbursement, only to, five years later, when again working at a decent full time job, to be told he owes 10,000 for bank declared losses, plus and additional 5,000 for interest at 15 percent. Not surprised they're doing okay. See more ...

iTRADE Statements | Your stories | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: Both my wife and I have iTRADE accounts. For some reason my wife receives her statement by mail and online. I have turned OFF both of our statements to be mailed and to receive both of them online. I am just wondering when any of you folks received your MAY statement online or by mail and if so when. Our online was first available yesterday June 10 See more ...

Interest rate dropped: Advantage Account | Page 3

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Offer Details: Perhaps it's on weekends, off hours or when traffic overloads the primary call center, but there are occasions when calls are answered by somewhat sleazy and incompetent CSR's who are clearly misinformed, poorly trained and generally make up responses to mislead with statements the CSR thinks the caller would like to hear just to get them out of the way.reminiscent to calling Rogers See more ...

Ottawa expands deposit protection for savers | GIC

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Offer Details: I used to think that was a long way off or might not happen, but have changed my mind in recent months. I'm not sure what currencies our banks offer in terms of accounts but don't imagine there are very many. See more ...

Avoiding RRSP Fees For Transfers Out | Page 2 | RRSPs and

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Offer Details: Avoiding RRSP Fees For Transfers Out . Facebook Twitter Email this. May 25, 2018 11:19 am. Bill. Member . Members. Forum Posts: 1831. Member Since: September 11, 2013. Offline. 21. My question is not about tax deductibility of fees, there's tons of info out there re that as Top It Up points out. Quite the contrary, I'm suggesting fees paid out of registered accounts should be included as See more ...

Online/Digital Bank Accounts when we pass away | General

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Offer Details: (The Assistant Manager could sign off on up to $50,000 and I think the DVP's sign-off to waive probate was required over $100,000.) I even had a case a guy died without a will, had a surviving spouse and only a couple thousand dollars to his name, very little of it in his sole account. See more ...

Removing my name off title | Mortgages | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: Well, RBC informed me that my name needs to be off the title as it shows up as additional expenses such as property tax, bills and current 85K Mortgage. Hence the approval condition will be that my name is off the title before closing (Feb 2020) and in order to do so, we'll need to break the 85K mortgage and ensure that my brother qualify's fully on his name. Thanks everyone for your responses See more ...

Holds on transfers | General financial discussion

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Offer Details: Perhaps this is the cost, to us, of doing business with a smaller FI, the trade-off for better rates. Well, the Access to Funds Regulations provide for banks having to make funds available four business days after the day of the deposit, if done with a teller, or 5 five business days after the day of the deposit, if done through any other means, so that's the reason why the lesser hold period. See more ...

Home Bank GiC Rate Drop: Oaken Follow? | Oaken Financial

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Offer Details: My GIC broker informed me Home Bank has decreased its one year rate to 2.45% from 2.55% this morning. I called Oaken to find out if they were also lowering their rate, but the telephone rep said they have no information. Applications for an Oaken / Home Bank GIC will guarantee See more ...

Seniors accounts options | Page 2 | General comparisons

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Offer Details: • $5.00 off the annual rental of a safety deposit box (any size) For all accounts: interim statement $4.50 each ($5.00 each for the CIBC US $ Personal Account). February 14, 2018 See more ...

Best High Interest Savings Account to park CAD 100,000

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Offer Details: I would like to park $100,000 in a reputable credit union or bank in a high interest savings account. Since I am new to Canada, any feedback would be much appreciated. Thanks in advance. March 20, 2020 8:36 am. Winnie . Ontario. Member. Members. Forum Posts: 262. Member Since: December 7, 2011. Offline. 2. I would choose Ideal Savings (idealsavings.ca) and/or Hubert. March 20, 2020 9:02 am See more ...

Tangerine MasterCard 4% Cash Back Promo | Tangerine Bank

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Offer Details: Would you not be better off with choosing a gas category with Tangerine and using that in combination with the Fuel savings rewards card during this 4% promo? With Gas prices roughly at 90c / litre. 4% = 3.6c / litre combined with the Fuel savings card would give you 8.6c / litre total. Granted this only works better during the 4% promo AND when gas prices are over $1 / litre with the normal 2 See more ...

Savings/checking account - beneficiary and successor

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Offer Details: Really, one is much better off living in a small town in such a situation. In the big cities everyone is anonymous, but in the smaller centres they usually know who you are and who your spouse and children are, and they have some knowledge of the overall family situation through the village grapevine or personal relationships. And as a result they are often much more willing to facilitate things. See more ...

Transfer In / Transfer Out limits | Site suggestions

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Offer Details: The thread will eventually become unwieldy or veer off track and it will become difficult to find the information you want, thus rendering it largely useless. I'm not sure how best to deal with it. Perhaps a sticky for each financial institution's forum. See more ...

Selling a Mutual Fund | RRSPs and RRIFs | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: The ONLY sticking point may be HIS cut-off time during the day and HIS reluctance to have you make the transaction. If the fund company has a cutoff time of, say, 2 pm, your advisor may say his cutoff time is, say, 1 pm. He also may tell you that you should NOT do the transaction, See more ...

Post ratings | Site suggestions | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: And I do know, first hand, that depression is a real thing and it is a real monkey on your back for its duration. And while you get over depression and off the drugs there are things to be aware of and is best you stay away from. So let’s not make High Interest Savings into a Facebook or Instagram!! See more ...

Update on savings accounts promotions | Site suggestions

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Offer Details: Don't think any of the big 6, or ANY FI for that matter, should be included unless they start consistently offering competitive rates, not a one off promo. Their best savings acct rate is .75%. I wouldn't waste my time opening an account with them just for a short lived promo. If it were up to me, I'd take Tangerine off the services chart as well. See more ...

Canadian High Interest Savings Bank Accounts - Topic: GIC

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Offer Details: If the mortgages and loans that were funded by the deposit have been paid off or transferred out, then it would be preferable for the deposit to also leave. Otherwise, the money would have to be parked at a loss until it could be lent out again. Cross selling sounds good. But, I don't think it really works out that way. People coming into a branch for a GIC are annoyed to be pitched for a See more ...

When to get rid of my mutual funds | General financial

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Offer Details: My Story: Hey guys, I have saved up around 92k CAD for a down payment of a Condo, but prices ramped up dramatically and I left behind! So long story short, I ended up putting it in a conservative income mutual fund (%40 of it in my tfsa) and what I have been seeing right now See more ...

Ideal Savings Acc't Accessibility | Ideal Savings

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Offer Details: They chose not to qualify their promise in any way except by the deadline of Dec 31, 2017, and now they seem to think that taking it off their site means they are not bound by it. Not so. You make a commitment, you keep it, just like we learned in kindergarten - whether or not it turns out to have been an ill-considered promise. See more ...

Paying income tax instalments | Income tax filing

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Offer Details: Personally, I think $5,000 or more in tax owing should probably force you to pay tax by installments (or request additional withholding tax taken off) … $3,000 is the correct number. It's not $3,000 of income taxes payable. See more ...

TFSA - Why Bother Anymore | Tax Free Savings Accounts

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Offer Details: Which means, as long as my income tax rate is less than approximately 30%, I am better off removing funds from TFSA and putting them in regular savings account. My tax rate is well under 30%. So, my big "thanks" to Bank of Canada for following worldwide trend of reducing interest rates in otherwise healthy economy. See more ...

Manulife TFSA Promo | Manulife Bank | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: According to the High-interest Advantage Account rate table on Manulife Bank's rates page, the extra 1.80% promotional interest, to bump the rate to 3%, is only for their TFSA and RSP Advantage Account.. The offer terms and conditions says the same:. Manulife Bank’s Registered Advantage Account and Tax-Free Advantage Account (“Eligible Accounts”) Interest Offer of 3.00% (the “Offer See more ...

Line of Credit. Should I accept the offer? | Tangerine

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Offer Details: The remaining $15,000 is on hold; however, since the credit limit increases one's available balance, I effectively have full access to the full $20,000 without dipping into my line of credit because, once the hold comes off, if I had subsequently withdrawn that full amount, my ledger balance would now be at $0. See more ...

Converting RRSP to RRIF | RRSPs and RRIFs | Discussion

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Offer Details: Converting RRSP to RRIF. Topic RSS. Converting RRSP to RRIF. Facebook Twitter Email this. January 29, 2019 6:46 pm. Norman1. Member . Members. Forum Posts: 3074. Member Since: April 6, 2013. Offline . 1. Jim Sherat said. Thanks for your comments, links, and clarifications Loonie, Norman, Londonguy. Clearly, I have some homework, and a bit of "light" reading to do. 😉 The good news is that I See more ...

Winter Promo: 3% on Savings Accounts Feb 3 to May 30, 2020

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Offer Details: Just got off the phone with a rep and confirmed the following “3.00% interest per annum, calculated daily, paid monthly. Rate subject to change. Offer may be withdrawn before May 30, 2020. Only eligible deposits will qualify for the promotional rate. Eligible deposits must be new money deposited with DUCA from a new or existing Member. Money already on deposit at DUCA in the form of a See more ...

Risk in holding Cash and not Investing | Page 2 | General

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Offer Details: Risk in holding Cash and not Investing | Page 2 | General financial discussion | Discussion forum Any and all can start you off on the wrong foot or the right one, but you won't know that until things do or do not work out. May 30, 2016 1:23 pm . toto. Member. Members. Forum Posts: 243. Member Since: August 17, 2010. Offline. 23. Great article, so true! Society has to get better with the See more ...

You might want to move your money out of ING Bank ASAP

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Offer Details: Once OSFI and the Minister of Finance sign off on the application, ResMor Trust Company would essentially be amalgamated with Ally Bank Canada (or Ally Canada Bank, can't remember which). Until then, it operates under the legal name ResMor Trust Company. See more ...

what happens to the unused over contributions when it's

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Offer Details: Can I deduct the $800 off the RRIF withdrawal? as Kidd suggested above. Tks Kidd and Norman1 Does your tax assessment for 2016 confirm that there is no contribution room? Does it say this? RRSP/PRPP deduction limit for 2017: 0: Minus: Unused RRSP/PRPP contributions previously reported and available to deduct for 2017: 800: Available contribution room for 2017 (800) If RRSP/PRPP deduction limit See more ...

Coast Capital -- new offer | Coast Capital Savings

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Offer Details: All of my GIC's at 4 per cent expire Nov/Dec 2020. Based on the 19 month offer if you could obtain better than 2.3 per cent for the final 12 months after the 4 per cent expires you would be better off letting it expire and renewing wherever at , say 2.4 per cent or higher. See more ...

Tangerine doesn't budge on extending credit card offer

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Offer Details: If no go or the manager still says "no," then before the Tangerine Ombudsperson, you are honestly almost always better off trying to get a resolution from the front line of a bank. In that case, the next step is the Tangerine Client Response Group, which is functionally equivalent to the Office of the President & CEO at Scotiabank or to the Customer Relations Team at HSBC. See more ...

Ways to lower my mortgage payment? | Mortgages

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Offer Details: I don't look at a mortgage as a ball and chain and getting it paid lifts any weight off (but to each his own). Cash is king, as most of us here in this forum know. So a mortgage is an opportunity as long as rates are reasonable. If you don't have liquidity, sooner or later you have a problem. A mortgage allows diversification, ability to act and take advantage of a special. See more ...

Question about transition from RRSP to RRIF | RRSPs and

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Offer Details: It is always interesting to see how each topic spins off so much more VALUABLE information!! And is good to know what your "financial project" is. Keep in mind that you do not have to put all of your RRSP funds into a RRIF until age 71. I am 65 and will feed my RRIF from my RRSP with amounts close to my needs for annual withdrawals to be able to maximize on income splitting. I recently See more ...

Seniors accounts options | General comparisons

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Offer Details: The latter is a guess. The banks will then make their money off the deposits, which are more than equivalent to a minimum balance. Cost : benefit of bad publicity vs profit probably shows it's not worthwhile to cut us off. And there may be some positive publicity in being nice to us. See more ...

HAVING TOO MUCH MONEY IN RRSP'S IS BAD!!!! | Your stories

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Offer Details: Anyway, I'll get off the soap box now, but basically the take-home message is that unless you have a defined-benefit pension plan (e.g. you're a teacher or government employee), or you're 100% sure you're getting a massive inheritance or are the becificiary of a trust-fund, you're best way to pile up the most cash in the shorted amount of time is probably by starting an RRSP and investing from See more ...

Pace Securities | Page 2 | General financial discussion

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Offer Details: To be such an investor, one has to be quite well off. One way is to have over $1 million of net financial assets. Another way is to have over $200,000 pre-tax income in the last two calendar years. There aren't large numbers of people who could legally be sold those preferred shares. May 19, 2020 6:47 pm. sevenup. Newbie. Members . Forum Posts: 2. Member Since: May 19, 2020. Offline. 35. I See more ...

Adding credit card to credit record | General financial

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Offer Details: Adding credit card to credit record | General financial discussion | Discussion forum Perhaps it never got added in the first place because systems were more basic then or computer upgrades lopped it off. Also, I don't use it much any more, so not much to report. I just keep it because it has a huge credit limit in case something comes up where it would be useful. July 22, 2019 2:53 pm See more ...

Earn 2.5% interest* in a Tangerine Savings Account

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Offer Details: Earn 2.5% interest* in a Tangerine Savings Account, including RSPs and TFSAs. Facebook Twitter Email this. January 2, 2015 5:22 pm. JustMe. Member. Banned. Forum Posts: 160. Member Since: August 28, 2013. Offline. 1. Copy/paste from Tang: "Getting the most out of your savings doesn’t really happen by accident. With Tangerine you can save like you mean it easily by earning 2.5% interest See more ...

0% Line of Credit offer [EXPIRED] | Tangerine Bank

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Offer Details: The Line of Credit is a revolving credit Account and is repaid through automatic monthly minimum payments. Additional payments can be made and the entire Line of Credit can be paid off at any time without penalty. See more ...

Tangerine Warning | Page 2 | Your stories | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: I'm not sure of Scotia's limits off hand but you're asking the right questions. I'd call them and ask what their daily, weekly and per-transaction limits are for EFT transfers of funds from a linked bank account in your own name. See more ...

OFF TOPIC: Your life or your money | General financial

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Offer Details: An OFF TOPIC section might be more appropriate. We concerned ourselves a great deal with money, but what's the point if you are dead? So for those who will be getting a house built, you might enjoy this highly educational research paper. See more ...

More on CDIC coverage | Oaken Financial | Discussion forum

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Offer Details: More on CDIC coverage. Facebook Twitter Email this. May 3, 2017 4:14 am. ReX. Member. Members. Forum Posts: 72. Member Since: April 28, 2017. Offline . 1. CDIC states that it covers principal and INTEREST earned up to the date when an FI folds. [ total under 100k ] If an FI folds in the middle of 3 year term, compound GIC, would CDIC pay out a year and six moths worth of interest or only a See more ...

Canadian High Interest Savings Bank Accounts - Topic: Tax

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Offer Details: Canadian High Interest Savings Bank Accounts - Topic: Tax treatment of GIC interest penalties . A lot of people don't keep their bank statements, and some FIs only keep them online for a limited time. Information about GICs typically disappears from one's visible record as soon as the GIC ends. I'm just mentioning this to make people more aware that they might need to retain all documents See more ...

I need help with my mortgage from ICICI bank | ICICI Bank

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Offer Details: Don't forget mortgage insurance with the bank is over when paid off and try to get an insurance policy for $5000,00 when you are 55? Actually, the process for obtaining a mortgage these days has changed considerably from the 80s and 90s when I got my first ones. I recently secured a mortgage through a broker and got better than any posted rates See more ...

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