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Best 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers In Canada

0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

For people with credit card debt, perhaps there’s no better bank beating strategy than having a bank lend you its own money for free! That’s exactly what a 0% balance transfer credit card does, by allowing you to transfer your higher interest credit card & store card debt to a balance transfer credit card with a lower interest rate, typically ... Read More »

Have Too Much Holiday Credit Card Debt? Do This…

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Are you saddled with more credit card debt than you’d like? Between gifts, vacations and celebrations, the holiday season can be an especially expensive time of year. You’re not alone. Nearly one in four Canadians will finance part of their holiday expenses on their credit card, according to TD. If you have credit card debt, or any debt for that ... Read More »

9 Credit Card Secrets Banks Don’t Want You To Know About

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Credit card companies are exceptionally good at playing on human weakness. Whether through credit lines we mistake for income, convenience checks we mistake for convenient, or grace periods that have nothing to do with religion, easy money lies behind every door. That’s why we’ve put together 9 secrets Canadian credit card companies would definitely prefer you did not know. Frankly, ... Read More »

Have Your Credit Card Interest Rates Increased? Just Say No.

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Enjoy when your credit card’s APR increases without warning? When that happens, you have a choice to stay or leave for a better rate. Let’s take a look at your alternatives and what you can do to stem the tide of rising interest rates. First here are a few basics you should know about your credit card. Definition of APR ... Read More »

Best 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers In Canada

0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

When looking for a low balance transfer credit card, you should always evaluate three features: the interest rate, the length of time of the promotion and the balance transfer fee. You don’t want to pay 3% in fees for the privilege of a 0% offer. At the same time, you don’t want a short promotional period that won’t give you the time ... Read More »

Best 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers In Canada

0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

When looking for a low balance transfer credit card, you should always evaluate three features: the interest rate, the length of time of the promotion and the balance transfer fee. You don’t want to pay 3% in fees for the privilege of a 0% offer. At the same time, you don’t want a short promotional period that won’t give you the time ... Read More »

Best 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers In Canada

0% Balance Transfer Credit Cards

When looking for a low balance transfer credit card, you should always evaluate three features: the interest rate, the length of time of the promotion and the balance transfer fee. You don’t want to pay 3% in fees for the privilege of a 0% offer. At the same time, you don’t want a short promotional period that won’t give you the ... Read More »

Credit Card Balance Transfers: Great Savings Tool

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A Credit Card Balance Transfer is a mechanism that allows someone with a credit card to transfer their existing debt on their Credit Cards (including MC, Visa or Store cards) to another Credit Card typically at a lower rate (0%-3.99%) for an introductory period. The new Credit Card issuing bank will typically charge either a percentage of the transferred balance ... Read More »

CardHub.com Releases Q1 2013 Credit Card Landscape Report

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WASHINGTON, April 17, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ — Industry competition and consumer preferences have sparked a resurgence for 0% credit card offers and initial rewards bonuses, while putting downward pressure on certain pesky fees. However, whether or not a given consumer is able to benefit from such trends depends on their credit standing, as you’ll see in more detail below.  (Logo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20130417/CG96217) ... Read More »