Credit Card Review: President’s Choice Financial® MasterCard®
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Credit Card Review: President’s Choice Financial® MasterCard®

Looking to earn points towards groceries? The PC Financial MasterCard is your ticket to free food, fast. Read on to find out if it’s a solid card for your shopping habits and just how much money it can save you. Continue reading »

The Best Credit Cards to Use for the 2017 Holiday Season
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The Best Credit Cards to Use for the 2017 Holiday Season

There are exactly 25 shopping days left until Christmas, and whether you’re a student coming home from the holidays or a parent just looking for a winter getaway, we have a rewards card for that. The best credit cards to use this holiday season depend on if you’re looking for cash back, travel rewards… Continue reading »

Best of Finance Winners: The Best Credit Cards and Banking Products of 2017
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Best of Finance Winners: The Best Credit Cards and Banking Products of 2017

The 2017 winners of the Best of Finance awards are the best credit cards, bank accounts and investment products on the market. Now you too can spend less and save more money of your money, as well as earn the most in returns/rewards…

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How to Improve Your Credit Score – Student Edition
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How to Improve Your Credit Score – Student Edition

Sometimes, it’s hard for students to get credit cards because they don’t have income from a part-time job, or any credit history on their record. In this case, consider these tips on how to build credit as a student. Continue reading »