Looking to open a new bank account but not sure if you should opt for a savings or chequing account?
It’s your money. We’re here to help you learn how to get the most out of it.
Bank accounts are one of the best places to protect your money. You can use a chequing account to pay bills and a savings account to set something aside for future purchases. Both can keep you on track toward achieving your immediate financial goals.
Everything you ever wanted to know about a savings account.
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With a Scotiabank account, you can easily switch your pre-authorized bill payments from other banks to Scotiabank using online banking.
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Our Scotia advisors are here to help you plan your financial future. With a simple chat, we’ll get you on track to accomplish your financial goals, big and small.