You don’t have to rely on credit card use for great travel rewards. The BMO AIR MILES bank plan is the only chequing account in Canada that offers 1,000 AIR MILES for new signups – enough to take a short haul flight, right away.
Overdraft protection can bail your bank account out of a tight situation – but using this add-on banking service can rack up high interest debt very quickly. Here’s what you need to know about overdrafts.
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.
A new Bank of Canada study finds mortgage customers who fail to compare their mortgage rate options end up paying far more than those who do – between $759 to $1,617, to be exact.
Trade on the go with an online trading mobile app – a must have for any avid trader. Stocked with features like in-debth mobile market analysis, and easy-to-execute trade functions, you can connect to the market like never before.
Do you trust your bank? A recent survey shows Canadians have had enough of hidden or confusing bank fees – and are losing faith in their financial institutions as a result. Learn more about how to resolve conflicts with your bank – and protect your finances – if you’re unhappy with their services.
Canadians love their perks – and the popularity of rewards credit cards proves it. Now, rewards debit cards are getting in on the action. Often the result of a retailer and lender partnership, these cards offer payback opportunities for every dollar spent.
Break ups are never easy, but they can be especially complicated when finances are involved. Depending on your province and the length of your relationship, the definition of “mine” and “yours” can change. Read on to learn more about the financial implications of common law relationships.
Does the motto “sharing is caring” extend to your bank account? For many couples who cohabitate, opening a joint account to deal with combined financial responsibility just makes sense. However, there are warnings to heed before you truly share the wealth.
Thinking of moving in with your significant other? Embarking on the next era of your relationship means taking the communication about your finances to the next level. While there are plenty of benefits from going dutch – paying halfsies on rent and other bills means a savings boost – financial incompatibility can be a deal breaker.