TD is the latest bank to unveil a round of higher banking fees – hardly the news consumers, who are already squeezed by the lower loonie, want to hear. Fed up with rising fees? Sean Cooper shares his tips for fighting back.
Canadians are living with a lower loonie reality, as the dollar continues to slide against the U.S. greenback. How can consumers cope with less spending power? Read on for our breakdown.
There has been no change from the Bank of Canada in today’s announcement, despite a lagging economy and weak loonie. How will consumers be affected? Read on to find out.
It’s important that snowbird seniors are covered from a financial and insurance point of view with they travel south – but today’s lower loonie may mean extra financial challenges this winter. Here are 7 tips for coping financially.
How can you protect your purchasing power amid a Canadian dollar drop? Here’s what consumers should know, along with this week’s top headlines.
Canadians can expect a lower loonie as recent rate cuts and recession reports make their mark. What should shoppers, travellers and investors know?
How can you protect your purchasing power as the Canadian dollar drops? Read on for our tips.
Canada’s dollar continues to drop as oil prices slide and the U.S. greenback strengthens. While a lower Loonie is good news for our exporting industry, consumers could find themselves paying more. Here’s how you could be affected.
We all want the best life has to offer – a nice home, cared-for family and a secure financial plan for the future. Despite the best of intentions though, life has a habit of introducing the unforeseen – could your standard of living withstand a financial curveball?
Global leaders have recently expressed growing concern over a possible currency war, in which nations purposely devalue their own dollar in order to stimulate trade. What are the implications for Canada’s economy as well as the global markets?