When I first started RateSupermarket.ca my vision for the Canadian consumer was for them to have the ability to leverage the internet to be able to compare rates for financial products in one place. At it’s core, we’ve been able to provide Canadians with transparent, unbiased information, giving the consumer the ability to make an informed decision.
The deadline is almost here! You’ve got about three weeks to organize all your paperwork and get your tax forms in to Revenue Canada. Here’s some tax-saving programs you should not be missing.
The best way to use your phone/mini computer is by downloading the right apps. When it comes to managing your money, your phone allows you to tune into an array of tools that can help you pay your bills, manage your money, understand loans and more.
RateSupermarket.ca launches Canada’s first Mortgage Rate Comparison app.
An important piece to getting your financial house in order this season is setting a new spring budget. Here are five steps to help get you started:
Is it starting to feel like everything you pay for costs more than it did the week before? Starbucks coffee went up a few months ago, gas prices are climbing as summer approaches, and food prices are setting new records. Since your income is not going to increase, to cover the increased bill, here are a list of ten tips to help you save on your grocery bill.
Are you off to parts warm or relaxing this March Break? If you’ve been saving all winter for this trip, it’s important to make the investment worth it. Just because you’re treating yourself to a break doesn’t mean you should throw financial caution to the wind. Before you book and while you’re away, keep in mind these money-saving tips.
Earlier this week, the Ontario Government announced that financial literacy would be incorporated into the 2011-12 curriculum, for grades four through twelve. Partnering with both the Ontario Securities Commission and the Investor Education Fund, the province wants to develop materials that will teach students the basics about money and will later help them make informed financial decisions. But why now?
There was an interesting article in the Globe and Mail earlier in the week as Rob Carrick spoke with CIBC’s Chief Economist Benjamin Tal about the recent focus on Canadian debt levels and how the major indicator, the debt to income ratio, may not be the best tool of measurement. Mr. Tal was quoted as …
Canadian Personal Debt Levels have outgrown those of the U.S. Are you in debt danger? Read on to find out.