Credit vs debit cards – which should you use at the till? Spending power aside, there are a few key differences. Here’s what shoppers should know.
The Scotiabank GM Visa is the latest credit card to hit the market, and earns 5% on the dollar toward a new GM vehicle. But will it get you into the driver’s seat faster? We take a look at the pros, cons, and how soon you could be driving off the lot in your new ride.
Services like Plastiq and Rentmoola allow you to pay bills – and even rent – with your credit card. But should you? We break down the pros and cons of paying for more with your plastic.
New consumer-friendly changes were announced today for the Credit Card Code of Conduct, focusing on reduced fees and greater transparency. How will consumers benefit? Read on for the full story.
The cuts to credit card interchange fees for merchants will go into effect this April – but will this hit to banks’ revenues result in your credit card rewards being slashed? Read on for our break down of what consumers can expect.
It’s a season of change for finances as new mortgage and credit card rules come into play. Here’s what you need to know, along with the week’s top headlines.
Did you know – each time a credit card is used to make a purchase, the merchant is charged an interchange fee? This has long been a sore spot with retailers, and the Federal government has now stepped in – but how will consumers be impacted? Read on to find out.
A new MasterCard Hockey Partnership means fans can expect ice-level perks and giveaways. Read on to learn more about what’s in store for cardholders.
Costco has recently switched up its credit card partnerships, discontinuing its partnership with American Express and introducing a new Capital One rewards option for club members. How have customers’ Costco credit card options changed – and are they still earning the same rewards? Read on for our breakdown.
Should college students carry credit cards? An American study finds more millennials are choosing not to have one. This seems responsible – but are they hurting their own credit histories? Read on for the 5 golden rules of student credit card use.