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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?
The Air Miles program is Canada’s most popular loyalty program and has become so widespread that Miles are now like a second Canadian currency. Our balanced review guides you to the best Air Miles credit card in Canada for your spending habits.
Confused about how credit card travel insurance works in Canada? Don’t worry, GreedyRates offers a complete guide to the best credit card travel insurance Canada has. From the fine-print details of health insurance to reclaiming lost luggage, we’re making travel insurance easier to understand.
We all dream about waving goodbye to our cubicle and travelling the world for a year, jumping from one exotic locale to the next. What seems like a fantasy is more realistic than you think. Here’s my advice for how to make it happen.
A Canadian homeownership and finance expert explains why it’s essential for homeowners to have an emergency fund. Do you know how to plan for both expected and unexpected home repairs and renovations? Find out how much should you save and what tools you can use to do so.
High-interest savings accounts in Canada are great tools to earn more money without having to lift a finger. Because not all accounts offer the same features, we’ve reviewed and compared the best high interest savings accounts Canada has. Make the banks work as hard for your dollars as you did!
One of the simplest and most beneficial chequing accounts in Canada is from Tangerine, a no-branch bank known for its streamlined financial products and excellent service. Check out its No-Fee Daily Chequing account for more straightforward and streamlined purchasing power.