Is your bank account working for you as well as it could be? Here are seven ways to find an account that will not only save you money, but help you earn as well.
It may seem like a hassle to switch banks, but there are a number of options if you’re unhappy with your current service. Read on to find out how you can complement your current service.
Are consumers receiving mixed mortgage messages? As economic data underperforms and the Bank of Canada cuts rates for a second time this year, but can borrowers expect?
Thinking of opening a joint chequing account? Here’s what you need to apply, along with the pros and cons of opening one with your partner, parent or spouse.
Some of the new RBC bank fees, which were slated to launch in June, will be reversed, the lender announced today. The bank changed its stance on fees due to intense consumer backlash regarding “pay to pay” charges. Here’s what consumers should know.
Attention Canadian banking customers – you could find yourself paying higher fees to use your chequing and savings accounts. Each of the nation’s “Big Five” banks have hiked their banking fees, or are set to over the coming weeks. Here’s what you need to know.
What are the best bank accounts in Canada? We’ve ranked the highest earning no-fee options for high interest savings, chequing and GICs – check out RateSupermarket.ca’s top picks!
Did you know: Canadians identify their “main bank” as the one where they keep their chequing account. 91% of consumers have one at their primary lender, according to our recent study. But things get foggier when it comes to why they signed up with their bank in the first place – in a recent street poll, many stated they’d been with their banks since childhood. Seems like it’s high time we explored our options for greater value!
Canadians may be a loyal bunch when it comes to the “Big 5” lenders – but even the most dedicated consumer would switch banks for significant savings. A recent survey conducted by RateSupermarket.ca, Canada’s comprehensive rate comparison site, found 84% of consumers would consider a switch – as long as they’d save an average of $644.43.
New regulations for financial institutions have banned the unsolicited send out of credit card convenience cheques to consumers. These cheques, which tap directly into your credit card balance, come with hefty fees and interest charges that consumers need to be aware of.