Are you experiencing the great Canadian date night downturn? 68% of Canadian parents say finding time -and the cash – for romance is a challenge. Read on for our top tips for affording date night – without busting your budget.
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Did you know: The cost of love in Canada is on the rise? RateSupermarket.ca’s 2016 study finds the grand total to come to $61,821.60 – pretty heartbreaking! Read on for the true love totals – and how you can stick to your achy-breaky budget.
Mid-winter may be a gloomy time of year – but it’s a great season to make the most of your money! Read on for this week’s tips and headlines.
Not feeling retirement-ready? You-re not alone – check out our video on how Canadians feel about their retirement chances, and read on for this week’s top headlines.
Enter to WIN $1000 from RateSupermarket.ca – take our Date Night Downturn survey, and let us know if YOU find romance to be financially out of reach. One lucky winner will score some cash – perfect for that dream date getaway!
How low can the loonie go? Canadians were left with less spending power this week as the dollar sank to a new low. Read on for our latest updates and headlines.
Did you know – there are 5.71 million mortgages in Canada, and $3 trillion in home equity nation-wide? Read on for our 2015 Canadian mortgage stats infographic.
Feeling a bit blue? It might be due to chilly temps, lack of sunlight – and that January credit card bill. Check out our best tips for paying off that stubborn holiday debt – fast.
There has been no change from the Bank of Canada in today’s announcement, despite a lagging economy and weak loonie. How will consumers be affected? Read on to find out.
Ontario auto insurance rates drop once again, as insurers pass savings from new regulations on to drivers. Is now a good time to switch your auto coverage?