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CTFS Down Again
September 10, 2009
9:08 pm
Scone
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Crappy tire is down to 1.2%. Their TFSA is still at 1.5%.

December 18, 2009
2:19 pm
Scone
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Crappy Tire is back up to 1.35%. TFSA up to 2.00%

December 19, 2009
7:22 pm
Peter
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Good times for Canadian Tire lately, with the release of that commemorative coin 😉

December 20, 2009
3:37 pm
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How about Achieva Financial --- over 10 years as a virtual institution, with ALWAYS very competitive rates with a full principle guarantee and $1 month given back for taking online statements.

December 22, 2009
8:17 pm
PalosGreen
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So I'm over at the Canadian Tire site looking for info on transferring my TFSA from BMO, due to CTFS recent rate increase to 2%, and they are now listing a rate of 3.15%

Is this an end of year bait'n'switch, or setting the pace for next years rates??

Also, anyone know if there are any fees involved to transfer a TFSA from bmo and ctfs???

December 22, 2009
9:53 pm
PalosGreen
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never mind, the 3.15% is actually for a tax free GIC

December 22, 2009
11:23 pm
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Yeah, that's a pretty bad error on their part, to show the 5-year GIC rate as if it were the normal TFSA rate.

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