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For many city dwellers, a detached house with yard is out of reach financially – and the need to move to afford a bigger home is a reality. Is swapping the city for suburban square footage worth it? One homeowner shares her story – and her commute time.
Could today mark the long-feared Grexit? As Greece defaults on its IMF loans and risks removal from the Eurozone, concerns arise over the global economic impact. Here’s what you need to know.
Prepaid credit cards are the next big thing among Canada’s big banks, who are touting them as a risk-free way to shop online, teach kids about credit use, and securely replace cash. However, they come with a healthy helping of fees. Here’s what you should know.
Did you know: the second-hand economy is a $30-billion business in Canada? Buying and selling gently used goods can save you a bundle. Here are our top tips.
It’s a financial futureland – as banking moves from the branch to online, lenders find themselves in the tech arms race.
It seems Canadian bonds have been immune to the global bond sell off – in fact, demand for our bonds has reached its fastest pace in history, leading to low yields and fixed mortgage rate discounts. Can this low-rate reality last? Get the full story.
What features do Canadians want most from their bank websites and apps? We surveyed mobile and online bank users to find out. Get the full story.
Generation Z, the kids of Gen Xers, are quickly approaching the age of money management – and, having grown up in a recession, they face unique challenges. Here are a few ways Zs can kickstart their savings and safeguard their financial futures.
Google Android Pay is the latest payment tech to hit the market. Unlike ApplePay, however, Google won’t take a cut from processing fees. Here’s what consumers should know.
A new partnership between OSAP and HigherEdPoints means Ontario students can now use Aeroplan points to pay off student debt. Sounds like a great idea – but will it really help counter student debt levels?