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Get inspired with these smart Valentine’s Day ideas and craft a romantic night with your special someone—without breaking the bank! Cheap and easy-to-throw-together romance for the man or woman with a bigger heart than bank account.
Contemplating your spending threshold for this Valentine’s Day? Take tips from a former Elle Canada editor-in-chief on smartly spoiling your bien aimé(e) in February without completely face-palming come May.
Raising a child is expensive in any country, but it’s more of a financial burden in some parts of the world than others. How much of a difference in price can there really be in two bordering, developed countries like Canada and the US? Quite a bit, as it turns out.
Find out what the difference is between a card with no foreign transaction fees and a US dollar card. Choose the right option for you and make the most of your purchases in a foreign currency, whether physically travelling or buying products online.
Are you itching to go to PyeongChang to cheer on Team Canada but can’t figure out the budget? The trip may be cheaper than you think. Use this guide to help you find the flights, accommodations, tickets, and food you’ll need to fulfill your Olympic dream!
Banks look favourably on long-term customers, and might even offer them lower mortgage rates than they would an applicant who doesn’t have a prior history with the bank. What are some tactics that a customer can take to prove his or her loyalty and get a lower rate?
Calgary is asking its residents ‘Should Calgary Bid?’ on another Winter Olympics. Its last Games in 1988 was a financial success, but will recent Olympic budgetary disasters scare Calgarians away from hosting another Games?
Thinking about taking the plunge and going for an MBA? If you’re a woman, you probably already realize that you’ll be vastly outnumbered by male classmates. Soak in some words of wisdom from a gal who’s been there herself and knows how to survive and thrive in a machismo learning environment.
There’s a widely-held belief that making the minimum credit card payment each month will improve your credit score quickly. Is this really accurate? Are there any benefits to making the minimum monthly payment vs. paying off credit cards fast and in full?
We all know that Canada is a better place to live than the States. But there are a few fields where our neighbors are superior, including the impressive range of credit cards that they offer to consumers. Which of these lucrative credit cards and features do we want access to the most?