Did you know… the right credit card can be a powerful financial tool? Whether you love rewards, paying less interest, or conquering a lingering balance, the perfect plastic can help you achieve those goals. But which cards in Canada stand out from the rest?
We’re pleased to present the 2014 edition of RateSupermarket.ca’s Best of Finance Awards! We’re kicking things off with credit cards – check out our rankings for the best Cash Back, Travel Rewards, Low Interest and Balance Transfer.
In Credit Cards: Introducing – The Best Credit Cards of 2014!
These cards take top prize for best in Canada – but you’re the real winner with these savings and earnings. Don’t settle for less than the best – pad your wallet with a winning pick from 2014.
Read Penelope’s Blog | Introducing The Best Credit Cards of 2014!
In Economic News: Bank of Canada December Announcement – Debt and Oil Prices a Concern
We hate to be predictable… but there’s no change once again for central interest rates, according to the most recent Bank of Canada announcement. But, while this latest statement lacked surprise, it does hint at a few growing concerns, such as household debt levels and sliding oil prices. Read on for our breakdown.
Read Rubina’s Blog | Bank of Canada December Announcement
In Savings: What is an Annuity?
An annuity may seem like an attractive option for those looking for consistent income after retirement – but are they the best fit for your lifelong savings plan? We break down the basics of how annuities work, and whether they’re a fit for most Canadians.
Read Gordon’s Blog: What is an Annuity?
In Mortgages: Getting a U.S. Mortgage – How Is It Different Than In Canada?
Considering getting a US mortgage? Buying property stateside can be a great investment – but there are some key differences to expect when applying for an American mortgage. Here’s what you need to know.
Read Andrew’s Blog | Getting a U.S. Mortgage
In Mortgages: OECD Predicts Rising Rates in May
Recent OECD mortgage rate predictions call for a Bank of Canada rate hike by May. Should homeowners worry? Rubina breaks down what this could mean for your mortgage payments.
Read Rubina’s Blog | OECD Predicts Rising Rates in May
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