Bonds & Rates
Israel Bonds Rates from April 15 to 30, 2015
Deadline for current rates:
To purchase at the rates listed below, full payments and completed forms
MUST BE RECEIVED by Thursday, Apr 30, 2015. at 12pm.
New rates will be posted on Thursday, Apr 30, 2015.
All Israel Bonds are eligible for: self-directed RRSP* / RRIF* / RESP*/ TFSA**
Israel Bonds can be registered to more than one individual.
CANADA-ISRAEL SECURITIES, LIMITED CAN ONLY ACCEPT ORDERS FROM CANADIAN RESIDENTS. $CDN Israel Bonds can only be registered to Canadian residents.
CDN $25,000 Minimum Subscription, fixed rate semi-annual interest
US $25,000 Minimum Subscription, fixed rate semi-annual interest
CDN $5,000 Minimum Subscription, fixed rate semi-annual interest
US $5,000 Minimum Subscription, fixed rate semi-annual interest
CDN/US $1,000 Minimum Subscription, compound interest
Mazel Tov Bonds
CDN/US $100 Minimum Subscription, compound interest
US $5,000 Minimum Subscription, floating rate semi-annual interest
* Self-Directed plans.
** Self-Directed plans. Annual TFSA contribution limit from 2009 to 2012 was CDN $5,000. Annual TFSA contribution limit from 2013 to 2015 was CDN $5,500. As of January 1, 2015, you are permitted to hold up to CDN $36,500 in your Self-Directed TAX-FREE SAVINGS ACCOUNT. Annual TFSA contribution limit is subject to change by the federal government.
STATE OF ISRAEL BONDS/CANADA-ISRAEL SECURITIES, LIMITED.
ISRAEL BONDS MUST BE HELD UNTIL MATURITY.
State of Israel Bonds Canada; Buy.Build.Believe; Invest in Your Values; TopBond; Promise of a Bond, RRSPromise; Young Builders of Israel and Because Values Matter are all registered trademarks of Canada-Israel Securities, Limited. Canada-Israel Securities, Limited disclaims the right to the exclusive use and registration of the Crest of Israel. This is not an offering. Investment amounts, interest rates and maturities available on all bonds will vary according to current offerings by the State of Israel. Rates, terms and bond issues as listed and/or advertised are subject to change or be discontinued without notice. As with any part of your financial plan, you should always consult with your financial advisor and/or accountant to ensure the plan is suitable for your situation. E/OE.