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Savings accounts

A variety of accounts for saving for the short-term, reaching a goal or setting money aside for a major investment

  • No cheque-writing privileges
  • Various ways available to build capital
  • Desjardins Savings-Life Insurance available

You must have a Desjardins chequing account to open a savings account.

  • High interest savings account only available on Personal AccèsD Internet and mobile
  • Eligible for non-registered plans and RRSPs
  • Promotional rate is the regular rate of 0.75% + bonus rate of 1.50% on new deposits made between September 12 and November 15, 2017: See current rates
  • No fees

Learn more - High Interest S@vings Account

  • Savings account with no cheque-writing privileges
  • Interest rate: 0.05% to 0.10% (based on balance maintained)
  • Standard transaction fees apply (except for automatic transfers from a chequing account in the same folio)
  • Saving through single or periodic instalments

Learn more - Regular Savings Account

  • Registered savings account1
  • Interest rate: See current rates
  • No fees
  • Savings and withdrawals are not taxed
  • For short- and medium-term projects

Learn more - TFSA Savings Account

1. To open a TFSA Savings Account, you must first register for a Tax-Free Savings Account issued and administered by Desjardins Trust. You also need a Desjardins chequing account.

2. This guarantee does not apply to money invested in mutual funds or other investments—such as shares, corporate bonds or treasury bonds—whose value and yield may fluctuate according to market trends.

Did you know?
Deposit insurance: Deposits insured up to $100,000 per person per caisse. In Ontario, Canadian dollar deposits are insured up to $100,000 by the Deposit Insurance Corporation of Ontario.
Learn more about deposit insurance (FAQ).