Here’s how you can get $100.
- Open an account
Contribute or transfer-in (from another Canadian financial institution) $1,000 or more into a New RRSP or New TFSA, and invest in one or more of the Qualifying Product(s), as defined below, by February 9, 2020.
You must be a Canadian resident who is of the age of majority in your respective province or territory by February 9, 2020.
- Maintain the assets
Maintain $1,000 minimum contribution/transfer-in to the New RRSP or New TFSA until April 30, 2020.
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Open a new personal or spousal TD Canada Trust Retirement Savings Plan or a new personal or spousal TD Mutual Funds Retirement Savings Plan or a new personal TD Multi-Holding Retirement Savings Plan¹ (the "New RSP").
Open a new TD Canada Trust Tax-Free Savings Account or a new TD Mutual Funds Tax-Free Savings Account or a new TD Multi-Holding Tax-Free Savings Account¹ (the "New TFSA").
- TD Canada Trust non-cashable Guaranteed Investment Certificate (GIC) with a maturity of 1 year or more.
- An eligible TD Mutual Fund or TD Managed Assets Program portfolio; and a Pre-Authorized Purchase Plan ("PPP") in the New RRSP or New TFSA, with a minimum monthly investment of $25 by February 9, 2020. The first PPP transaction must be made by March 2 , 2020, and the PPP must be maintained until April 30, 2020.
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