Say goodbye to wire transfer fees and keep your U.S. cash in the bank until you need it.
Transfer money between your Canadian and U.S. RBC accounts instantly and for free1 using RBC Online Banking.
Pay for rental, utility and department store bills even when you’re in Canada. No more tricky conversions or complicated steps with a U.S. bank account.
In Florida one year, Arizona the next? Choose us, and you'll never have to change banks.
Park your U.S. cash (and even earn interest) until you're ready to use it next season.
Instantly move and exchange money1 between Canada and the U.S., deposit checks, pay bills and avoid foreign transaction fees. It's freedom and flexibility you just don't get with a Canadian U.S. dollar account.
Enjoy convenience and value with easy access to your U.S. cash and no minimum balance.
Monthly fee with eStatements: $0 for 12 months13
Get unlimited transactions, a preferred foreign exchange rate and interest earned on your balance.
From earning interest, smoothing out exchange rate fluctuations to saving for a down payment on a U.S. property, a U.S. savings5 account is a great complement to your day-to-day banking.
Set money aside for whatever the future holds—and enjoy easy access to cash and interest earned on your balance.
With $300 Balance
An RBC Bank checking account is required to open a Personal savings account
Earn our best interest rates! Easily access the money you’ve saved, move funds or write checks from this account.
With $1,000 Balance
An RBC Bank checking account is required to open a Preferred Money Market savings account
Certificates of Deposit are similar to GICs in that they offer a secure, no-risk investment over a set term.
While Visa Debit is new to Canadians, it’s a mainstay of freedom and flexibility in the U.S. With your RBC Visa Debit card, you can get cash at any U.S. ATM2 (we'll never charge you a fee2,3), or at large retailers such as grocery stores. (Just ask for cash back when you pay.)
See how U.S. and Canadian accounts stack up.
Whether you’re paying U.S. bills or depositing U.S. checks—you can do it all online—anytime, anywhere (including either side of the border).