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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Almost Half of Canadians Living Paycheque to Paycheque; Atlantic Canadians Struggling the Most: Report
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Almost Half of Canadians Living Paycheque to Paycheque; Atlantic Canadians Struggling the Most: Report

Living paycheque to paycheque may not sound ideal, however it is a stressful reality for many, as shown in a new survey from the Canadian Payroll Association (CPA). The CPA found almost half of employed Canadians would struggle if their paycheque was delayed… Continue reading »

How Does the Equifax Breach Affect Canadians?
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How Does the Equifax Breach Affect Canadians?

Last week, Equifax reported it had suffered a major data breach, affecting more than 143 million consumers in the U.S. as well as “limited personal information” from Canadian and U.K. consumers. But there are ways to protect your info going forward… Continue reading »

Canadian Customers Will Soon Have to Pay More to Use Certain Premium Credit Cards
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Canadian Customers Will Soon Have to Pay More to Use Certain Premium Credit Cards

Canadian customers will soon be subject to additional fees when paying for purchases with certain premium credit cards, now that Visa and MasterCard have entered into a settlement agreement stemming from a class action lawsuit that will see both companies make changes to their “No Surcharge Rule”. In 2011, Canadian merchants filed a lawsuit alleging … Continue reading »