It’s credit crunch time for Canadians! A new report finds the national debt-to-income ratio has hit 164.4%. How can Canadians build credit without going into debt? Read on for this week’s tips.
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How long is your debt timeline? Think you could pay off your student loan or mortgage even faster? Check out this week’s headlines for our top tips.
Have you joined the tap-to-pay movement? Consumers around the world are starting to eschew their wallets in favour of payment apps – but Canada’s banks are dragging their heels. While it remains to be seen when shoppers here will access the latest in tap tech, other new developments – from rewards to wearables – have recently hit the market. Read on to learn more about these exciting new options.
Finally, some less-than-dire news for the Canadian economy. The Bank of Canada released its latest interest rate announcement this week, and took a neutral – if not slightly optimistic – stance on our nation’s rebound for oil.
The Bank of Canada September Announcement brought no change to the cost of borrowing for Canadians, as interest rates remain at 0.5% What does this mean for Canada’s economic recovery? Read on to learn more.
Will the Bank of Canada cut interest rates for a third time this year? The September forecast is out from RateSupermarket.ca’s expert mortgage panel. Read on for their take on this month’s fixed and variable mortgage rates.
We’ve all heard the tongue-in-cheek jingle: back-to-school is the “most wonderful time of the year”. But for many Canadian families, it’s a spending season that rivals Christmas.
There’s been plenty of market drama this week for stock investors and home buyers. Get caught up with our top headlines.
Could you survive the housing market food chain? This week on MoneyWise, learn how to be a leaner, meaner home buyer.