Ready to make a big purchase? You might want to try CIBC’s Pace It installment plan. But, will you pay less than with your credit card?
Credit debit cards combine the convenience and security of credit cards with the instant access of debit – and are proving to be a handy way to pay when traveling abroad. As with all finance products, though, you’re paying for the convenience. Read on to learn more about the advantages and fees offered by this cashless combo.
Uprooting your entire life to settle in a new country is challenging enough – and for many immigrants to Canada, it means starting over with their credit history. Often, the quickest way to build that all-important rating is with responsible credit card use. We’ve outlined a few options here for new immigrants starting fresh with their finances.
Things are heating up in the credit cards industry as CIBC announced that they’ve bought Citigroup’s Canadian credit card business for $2.1B. This deal will make CIBC the largest dual credit card provider (Visa and Mastercard) in the country and increases their outstanding credit card balance to over $14B. It includes Citi’s co-branded cards such …