We won't sleep on your investments, so you can.
Worrying about interest rates and rising cost of living keeps us all up at night.
With Sleep Advisor by Advice+, we’re here to give you support on your investments at any time, any day so you can sleep more and worry less.
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Popular investment products and registered plans to help you reach your goals
Start building your financial plan by choosing from our most popular savings and investment products and plans.
The Scotia Aria® Retirement Program
The only retirement program of its kind in Canada, with a customized investment approach designed for your stage in life. A $500 investment is all it takes to get started.
Get started with self-directed investing. Our powerful online trading platform is easy to use, plus you’ll gain access to in-depth analysis, research, tips, and much more.
Introducing Advice+ from Scotiabank
Investing for the future is important, but so is enjoying your life today. Get financial advice from Scotiabank that’s easy to understand, informative, and tailored to you. Together, we’ll build a plan that fits your life today and tomorrow.
Build a plan for your future with Scotiabank
Get personalized advice from our team of advisors and investment specialists across Canada.
Connect with us in a way that’s convenient for you. Scotia advisors are available in every branch to help you understand, plan, and execute the right financial plan.
Monitor your investments digitally with online and mobile banking. Our digital banking guides show you how to take care of your banking using your mobile phone, tablet, or computer.
The amount you withdraw can be put back into your TFSA starting the following year without impacting your contribution room. Specific product restrictions may also apply. Annual contribution limits: $5,000 for 2009-2012; $5,500 for 2013-2014; $10,000 for 2015; $5,500 for 2016-2018; $6,000 for 2019 – 2021.
For complete information on your contribution room, please visit the Canada Revenue Agency website.