Combining Deposits and Borrowing

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Combining Deposits And Borrowing with Manulife

The traditional approach to money management means that each month millions of Canadians jump through financial hoops to meet their expenses, pay their bills, cover borrowing costs and (try to) put something away into savings and investments.

What if your deposits and your borrowing were combined into a single account so that every dollar you earned automatically went towards paying down your debt?

The Manulife One can help you;

  • Save thousands in interest;
  • Be debt-free sooner;
  • Enjoy financial flexibility and
  • Simplify your everyday banking

This product is not for everyone.

It is needs to be researched and understood. It is a different way of handling your daily banking. The Manulife One is great for the financially disciplined.

If you are interested please contact us for some more information.

Manulife Bank products are offered as a referral arrangement with Manulife Bank.

We are not encouraging that you need to use the Manulife One. We are merely presenting it as an option to your traditional mortgage and banking.

Also, below are some more documents you might find interesting regarding this topic.

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