One does not withdraw $50 at a $3 fee, unless you're strapped for cash.cf7777 wrote: ↑Nov 1st, 2018 9:56 pmJust a quick question, it may hsve been answered before.
What is the difference between fees for withdrawal and transfer fees??.
When I read SCU policy on their TSFA, there is a 3$ withdrawal charge. Does it mean If I take 50$ out I would be charged for 3$. It is quite a bit. Is this only applies to SCU?
Can I have 2 TSFA accounts? One with money that I withdrawed all out with zero balance. While the other tsfa account got the money in it. Should I cancel the one with no money and will there be any charges? How long can you keep a tsfa account with zero dollars?
I read if take your money out on Dec31, you can move the money back to another account on next day Jan 1st without panelty. Is this ok without yax implications? Exact same amount.
Consider SCU at an opportunity cost of $3 over the interest you'd earn compared to elsewhere. Don't bother with SCU TFSA unless you've got at least a few k to park in TFSA.
This is great news! Makes me value MB CU's even more!
Call them and ask? Most don't charge TFSA savings to HISA. SCU is $3 and IdealSavings is $5.
Tang, maybe...TD CT, no dice. But, some FI's may not allow me to me transfers initiated from another FI directly out of a TFSA. SCU sent back the micro-deposits I had initiated with Tang (even though SCU TFSA has PAD credentials).juched wrote: ↑Nov 8th, 2018 9:32 amHello, perhaps there are some opinions here. I recently opened a Scotiabank Momentum Savings Account. What is the best way for me to take the money back out later? I simply did a mobile cheque deposit to myself to get it into that account, but it doesn't have cheques to get the money back out. Can I add this as an external account to TD or Tangerine?
Thanks for any advice.