1 Specific product restrictions may apply. Read more
2 Deposit money in a lump sum or set up regular preauthorized contributions.
3 Some provinces' age of majority is 19, and a plan may not be opened until then.
4 Some conditions may apply. Annual contribution limits: $5,000 for 2009-2012; $5,500 for 2013-2014; $10,000 for 2015; $5,500 for 2016. First time contributors who were at least 18 years of age on January 2, 2009 can contribute a maximum of $46,500 in 2016.
5 Some investments under a TFSA might carry fees or require a minimum balance.
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* No monthly fee and premium interest rate compared with rates for regular Investment Cash portion of other plans.
† Self-directed TFSA with Scotia iTRADE.
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