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GICs are available to any Canadian resident age 18 and older with a Social Insurance Number.
The initial deposit must be $1,000 or more.
Your initial investment is split equally into 1-year, 2-year, 3-year, 4-year, and 5-year investments. You’ll be able to access your shorter-term investments should you need the money while your longer-term investments earn you more interest. It combines the benefit of access to cash without penalty and getting the most interest on your investment.
Rates subject to change without notice.
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Investments require a minimum deposit of $1,000. Interest is earned in the currency of the account and calculated on a per annum basis. Rates are subject to change without notice. Interest rates are annual interest rates. Interest is calculated daily on the closing credit balance. If term is withdrawn in full, the accrued interest is paid in full based on prior day's amount. If partial withdrawals are processed, there is no payment of accrued interest as it's paid according to the original terms. Interest for products can either be paid to a separate account or added to the principal on each anniversary date and at maturity.
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