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February 16, 2017
12:52 pm
julio
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MomentumCU.ca is offering 2.2% on 18 months deposits, on personal and business accounts (I called, asked, talked to Laura). Maybe needs a walk in. Located in Oakville and Brampton, both in Ontario.

February 16, 2017
7:14 pm
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Meridian CU also has 2.2 on 18 months, but I don't know if it's available to Business members.
Meridian membership is theoretically available to anyone in Canada, and has many branches in southern Ontario. However, someone reported that they couldn't open a GIC without attending in person.
Both these offers will likely only be available until the end of the month or thereabouts, that being the end of RSP season.

February 17, 2017
5:08 am
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Momentum charges $100 for RRSP transfer out fee, while Meridian charges $50 like most others

February 17, 2017
8:27 pm
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Saver-Mom said
Momentum charges $100 for RRSP transfer out fee, while Meridian charges $50 like most others  

Ouch!

February 19, 2017
8:35 am
Yas
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Loonie said
Meridian membership is theoretically available to anyone in Canada, and has many branches in southern Ontario. However, someone reported that they couldn't open a GIC without attending in person.

Hello Loonie, I think you are referring to me. Yes, accurate. However, I could submit a Credit Card application online so I am not sure if it is because of a flag on my credit or something else. Anyway, decided to go with Tangerine's Mutual Funds.

February 19, 2017
1:02 pm
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I hope that the Tang funds work out well for you. They get a pretty good review from Couch Potato for amounts under 50K.

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