July 2014 – Best Savings Accounts rates – $100 Bonus for new clients from Tangerine Bank until July 31, 2014

Here are some of the best Savings Accounts interest rates, as of July 2014.

For a limited time ING Direct Canada (now Tangerine Bank) offers $100 Bonus for new clients who open a NEW Savings Account (for new clients only) + 2.5 Interest until July 31, 2014 for new money you deposit into this account!

Here are the steps to get the $100 Bonus:

  1. Enroll for ING Investment Savings Account using the Orange Key 41082392S1  (go to http://www.tangerine.ca/en/saving/savings-accounts/savings-account/index.html to enroll)
  2. Make an initial deposit of $250. The bonus money will be deposited into your account.

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Bank Rate TFSA rate
Tangerine Savings Account     $100 Bonus when you use the Orange Key 41082392S1 2.50% 1.30%
PC Financial – Interest Plus Savings 1.35% 1.40%
ICICI Bank – HiSAVE Savings Account 1.45% 1.80%
Canadian Tire Financial – High Interest Savings 1.50% 1.90%
Manulife Bank – Advantage Account 1.55% 1.55%
Achieva Financial -Achieva Savings (use Achieva Petal V879070291, make a deposit of $250 and get $25 Bonus) 1.80% 1.80%
Hubert Financial -Happy Savings 1.80% 1.80%
Maxa Financial – MAXA Savings 1.80% 1.80%
Outlook Financial – High Interest Savings Account 1.80% 1.80%
Peoples Trust – Peoples Choice e-Savings Account 1.80% 3.00%
AcceleRate Financial – AcceleRate Savings 1.90% 1.90%
Canadian Direct Financial – KeyRate Savings Account 1.90% 2.25%
Implicity Financial -High Interest Savings Account 1.90% 1.90%

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Build your credit history with one of the best No Fee Secured VISA Credit Card in Canada

Do you want to establish or improve your credit rating?

One of the best No Fee Secured Visa credit card from Canada is offered by Home Trust Canada. Almost everyone is approved; this card provides shopping convenience and helps you build or restore your credit history.

Some of the advantages of this card: no annual fee, free additional authorized user, and free insurance against theft and damages for 90 days from the date of purchase for most items.

Here are the steps to apply for a No Fee Secured Visa Credit Card from Home Trust Canada:

  1. Download and print the Application Form – Home Trust Secured Visa No Fee
  2. Fill out the application form and get : no annual fee, free additional authorized user, and free insurance against theft and damages for 90 days from the date of purchase for most items.
  3. Mail the application and the security deposit cheque as instructed on the application form.

 

Secured Credit Card

Or download and print the Application Form – Home Trust Secured Visa No Fee

This is an excellent opportunity to build or rebuild your credit while you get all the benefits and convenience of carrying a Visa card:

  • If you had credit difficulties in the past
  • If you have never had a credit card before (students or new Canadians)

It’s easy and almost everybody is approved!

Here are other advantages of this Secured Visa credit card from Home Trust Canada:

  • Online access; manage your account online, view your transactions, make account payments
  • Access cash anytime, anywhere from over 1 million ATMs around the world
  • Shop Online or over the phone; buy your preferred apps or books online
  • Book a vacation or buy Airline Tickets online
  • Easy everyday shopping
  • Offers a Low-Rate Option of 14.90% for an annual fee
  • Your security deposit pays interest and is insured by Canadian Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIS)

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