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Ever wanted to know how credit card companies really charge interest on a balance? We’ll explain it in clear and simple terms. Find out how to calculate credit card interest yourself and with the help of GreedyRates' own credit card interest calculator.
We examine robo advisors, a new form of technology that’s making investing accessible to all Canadians. Compare the top robo advisors on the market and figure out if this approach is suitable for you and your financial goals.
Canada is known for its progressive human rights, but are its LGBT+ citizens on equal financial footing with everyone else? We examine major factors that contribute to the Canadian bottom line and determine if Canada’s finally closed the gaps after years of advocacy, legislation and social change.
Prepaid credit and prepaid debit cards are becoming increasingly popular in Canada. What are they and what kinds of consumers can benefit from using them? Find out how they work, what their features are and whether or not they’re a good fit for you.
Choosing a personal loan can be challenging. There are many different loan providers in the Canadian market today, making it hard to decide which is best for you. We'll help you compare personal loans in Canada with our in-depth personal loans comparison review.
Greedyrates.ca is actively researching trends and statistics in the personal finance market in order to deliver to its audience the most up-to-date information. Take our survey on debt consolidation and balance transfer cards to help us understand you better.
BMO offers a plethora of excellent credit cards for every variety of cardholder, regardless of their spending habits or what kind of rewards they prefer. Count on BMO to deliver the best perks without asking much of their cardholders in terms of fees or other requirements.
Many Canadians avoid credit cards with an annual fee like they would the plague. But is that always the financially smart thing to do? We decided to take a look at some of the most popular Canadian cards out there to see if and when paying the annual fee is worthwhile.
Groceries are probably your biggest regular expense after rent or mortgage payments, especially if you have children. But by using a cashback or rewards credit card you can turn those grocery bills into extra cash or travel money!
Reducing interchange fees—the fees that merchants pay to credit card issuers every time they run your card—will increase the profits of businesses across Canada. But will these profits then be passed on to Canadian consumers?