Paying taxes with a credit card has never been an option in Canada – until now. A third party credit card company located in Toronto is now offering the service, which is not endorsed by the CRA. Here’s what you need to know if you’re considering this form of payment.
On Monday, a nation-wide Visa outage left thousands of cardholders in a lurch. The incident cast a light on just how dependent we are on our plastic. Read on for our tips for staying prepared in the case your credit card stops working.
The holidays have come and gone – but are you kicking off the new year with newly-acquired debt? If last year’s spending is still making its mark on your wallet, it may be time to take drastic measures.
Are you guilty of these seven credit card sins? Clean up your credit act (and improve your score) in 2013 with our bad habit busting tips.
One of the top New Year’s resolutions is to get out of debt – especially with consumer credit at all-time highs, and record low borrowing rates poised to rise in the new year. The good news? It’s never too late to turn your finances around – and what better time than the dawn of a new year to get started down the path to financial security?
What are the best credit card rewards? Choose your favourite from travel, cash back or specialty in RateSupermarket.ca’s Best of Finance 2012.
Why settle for the first credit card offered in the mail? These days, there are tons of different card types and features designed to suit your lifestyle and spending needs. The right kind of card can have a big impact on how you manage your money (including paying down that balance). Which feature do you …
In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, RateSupermarket.ca offers their top tips for controlling your credit card, and paying down your balance.
Canadians may be surprised to see how much their holiday spending can add up on their credit card bills – and it’s not just on gifts. RateSupermarket.ca is looking to offset those holiday costs with the chance to win $1,100 cash, and a free $100 gift card.
The holiday’s are just around the corner – and t’is the season of overspending! Did you know Canadians spend an average of $1,100 on their holiday expenses? That’s why RateSupermarket.ca is giving away FREE $100 gift cards – and the chance to WIN free food and travel this holiday!