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What do Canadians want from their banks? Convenience, transparency, and a lack of fees top consumer wishlists – but it doesn’t appear all lenders are listening. Account fees are slated to rise at the big 5 FIs over the coming weeks, meaning you’ll pay more to access your cash. Meanwhile, confusion persists for credit card …
It has been a truly hot spring housing season, and lenders are using new mortgage marketing tactics as a result. Here are three we’ve seen so far – and whether they’re truly as great as they seem.
Attention Canadian banking customers – you could find yourself paying higher fees to use your chequing and savings accounts. Each of the nation’s “Big Five” banks have hiked their banking fees, or are set to over the coming weeks. Here’s what you need to know.
Is closing a credit card bad for your credit score? The answer may surprise you. Read on to see how closing your card card can affect your standing as a borrower.
What are Bank of Canada Rates? Here’s what you need to know about the Overnight Lending rate, Prime rate and Qualifying rate.
Will Apple Pay Canada ever be a reality? Apple has announced its intentions to enter the Canadian market – but the tech giant needs to convince our big banks first. Here’s what you need to know about how Apple Pay and NFC payments work – and when we might access it north of the border.
European bond pricing plays a big role in the affordability of Canadian mortgage rates. As the ECB utilizes more QE measures, Canadian bonds, and rates, are pushed even lower. Read on to learn more.
It’s been a week of change for your finances, from new savings options announced in the government’s budget to a wave of price reductions for auto insurance customers. Will your piggy bank come out on top? Read on to see how these updates will affect your bottom line. INFOGRAPHIC: The Perfect Pro – Your Guide …
Two of the nation’s biggest real estate sources are at odds over housing predictions – the Bank of Canada and Re/Max do not see eye to eye on whether the housing market is in for a “soft landing”.
The Conservative government has introduced a number of tax credits and measures to save tax payers billions. Here’s what’s new – and what it means for your money.