Year after year, debt repayment is listed as the number one financial priority for Canadians heading into the new year. According to a new CIBC poll, 28 per cent of survey takers said paying down debt is their top financial goal in 2017.
If you think you’re paying higher bank fees these days, you’re not alone – and those fees are going up in the midst of multi-million dollar profits for Canada’s big five banks. Here’s what you need to know.
It’s Canada’s largest-ever transfer of wealth: Canadian Baby Boomers will be on the receiving end of inheritance worth a total of $750-billion over the next decade.
Canadians feel 5% less optimistic about their 2016 finances, according to a poll from CIBC. Debt repayment fears seem to be the main culprit. Here’s what you should know to start your finances on the right foot this year.
Canada’s big five banks know fintech has the power to change the banking landscape forever – which is why they’re pouring investment into tech of their own. Here’s a breakdown of what each bank is doing to make their mark on the growing Canadian fintech landscape.
Introducing the best bank accounts in Canada 2015! RateSupermarket.ca has released the rankings from their annual Best of Finance awards – read on to learn more about the best savings accounts, chequing accounts and GICs.
Online banking is growing in popularity in Canada – but not all bank websites are created equal. What makes a great online user experience? Tell us and WIN $50!
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.
A CIBC study finds Canadian home buyers prefer fixed mortgage rates to variable, especially as recent discounts make locking in more affordable than ever.