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How can you protect your purchasing power amid a Canadian dollar drop? Here’s what consumers should know, along with this week’s top headlines.
Canadians can expect a lower loonie as recent rate cuts and recession reports make their mark. What should shoppers, travellers and investors know?
Frosh week, the annual event-filled bash held to kick off the school year, is meant to help students acclimate to campus. But beware the marketing tactics designed to make you sign up and spend, from cable upgrades to credit cards.
Is it really worth taking out debt for home renos? Lured by reality TV and low interest rates, Canadians are taking on more reno projects than ever.
Just bought a home? Now it’s time to get life insurance for your mortgage. Here’s what you should know about choosing the right policy and term.
Looking to score some summer cash? Check out this week’s top tips and headlines.
Many Canadian families are receiving their first UCCB payments this week, as the federal government issues the retroactive tax benefit. It may seem like a handy cash infusion for childcare and other expenses – but it could up your bill come tax time. Here’s what you need to know.
There are many mortgage features to choose from when buying a home. From term length to prepayment privileges, find out what’s right for you.
For many students trying to afford university, summer is a prime time for padding that bank account. Here are 5 tips for making the most of your student savings.
Thinking of buying a former grow-op? Such properties can be steeply discounted, even in Canada’s hottest markets – but insurers and mortgage lenders may refuse to back your home purchase.