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Scotia Offer up to 1.8% till Aug 31 if you like to play games
May 20, 2021
6:50 am
Bill
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Totally agree, RetirEd, if it's necessary to "maintain (your) financial stability" then obviously it's required that one spends more time watching the dollars.

May 20, 2021
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HermanH said
I strongly suspect that the majority of current homeowners were not spending $10 for a daily cup of coffee, $15 food delivery charges, or $10 bank fees when they were scrimping and saving for a house down payment.  

Herman - Who sells a $10 cup of coffee? Is that for real?

May 20, 2021
9:26 am
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Just look at Starbucks and all their various combinations and sizes.

Iced almond honey flat white $6.20 ($6.55 lg.)

https://costfinderr.com/starbucks-menu-prices-in-canada/

May 20, 2021
12:04 pm
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HermanH said
Just look at Starbucks and all their various combinations and sizes.

Iced almond honey flat white $6.20 ($6.55 lg.)

https://costfinderr.com/starbucks-menu-prices-in-canada/  

Plus the fact that Starbucks coffee is awful (in a different way than Tim Horton's is awful). Basically, you drink burned beans with an insane amount of caffiene, or you drink a liquefied candy bar.

Of course, you get to carry around a Starbucks cup so people know you're a Very Important Person. So there's that, I guess.

May 21, 2021
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Bottom line. So, do we agree that the client doesn't actually get the 1.8% as advertised? We cut the numbers several different way and none of them came up 1.8%.

May 21, 2021
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I am using the savings account for my savings. Normal rate .05%. Bonus 1.20%. Total 1.25% until August 31st. If you open a 90 day premium you get 1.40% if you fund by June 2nd. Not interested in locking my funds for 90-360 day period.

Have a Great Day

May 23, 2021
4:33 pm
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My 90-Day Premium Period for 1.40% started May 17th. The premium interest is paid on August 14th. If you want the 90-Day Premium Period you must fund by June 3rd. The premium interest is paid on August 31st. The premium interest for savings account is paid at month end.

Have a Great Day

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