The best thing about the Citizens Bank of Canada is that you can open a bank account and deposit as much money as you like without ever needing to worry about having it overdrawn.

But there’s one thing you’ll have to do to get the cash flowing and a bank statement to keep track of your contributions: you have to tell them.

The bank, which opened in July, requires a $25,000 deposit for any bank account, and a $50,000 minimum for the Citizens Account.

The amount can be rolled over from one account to the next, but the minimum amount is a minimum of $10,000 a year.

To add a new account to your bank, you need to apply for a new licence or change your account number.

The $25 million deposit is the largest of any Canadian bank, and the bank’s director of financial services, Michael Hildebrandt, says it’s a sign of confidence that the bank is ready to open a new Canadian bank.

The Canadian dollar has fallen sharply against the US dollar, which has gained more than 20 per cent against the greenback in the past week.

It’s worth noting that, even though the Citizens account has been in existence for more than 10 years, it still carries a 1.9 per cent interest rate.

The company says it will also offer a new savings account, which will allow customers to save money without having to open an account first.

The new account will only be available in the U.S., and will be free to Canadians.

It is also the first Canadian bank to offer a personal savings account.

The move comes at a time when many Canadians are struggling to pay their bills and find it increasingly difficult to access essential financial services.

“We have a lot of people in need of money right now, and we have to pay the bills on time,” said Peter Schreiner, a real estate agent in Edmonton.

“This is a big step for us, because this is going to make a big difference in their lives.”

With files from Reuters, CBC News and CTV News.