Could your bank be doing better? That’s the golden question this week, as we explore bank loyalty in Canada. One survey finds Canadians value personal customer service and convenience the most, while another blogger shares his experience of leaving his bank for better savings. Would you do the same? Read on for the full story.
We’ve had a makeover! We at RateSupermarket.ca are so proud to unveil the new MoneyWise – a one-stop information centre for all things personal finance.
anuary is all about reinvention – everywhere you look, there are ads, headlines and products targeting the desire to make the coming year a new and improved one.
It’s also a time of summing up the year past, and moving forward with lessons learned. To make 2014 your most prosperous year yet, we’re proud to introduce this year’s Best of Finance awards!
Are you overspending on a regular basis? This week’s Money Wise Roundup is all about breaking bad shopping habits.
Do I really need travel insurance? It’s a common question. The truth is, travel coverage can really save the day if you’re ill or injured on your trip. This week’s Money Wise guide is all about busting the top travel insurance myths!
Looking to save even more on your housing investment? Check out these super smart mortgage hacks!
We asked: Who are your personal finance favourites? And you absolutely answered! Read on to see who came out on top for personal finance blogs, books, news and more!
Could you use a little extra cash? In today’s tough economy, who couldn’t? This week on Money Wise, we’re exploring an increasingly popular method of borrowing – a home equity line of credit. The problem – many Canadians don’t know what they are, and with household debt levels at record highs, HELOCs can add even more fuel to the fire.
What’s the price of a good education? Try $84,000 – the average cost of sending a kid away to school for a 4-year undergrad. Of course, that’s not including the costs of grade and high school – and all the supplies, clothes, sports and lunches you’ll shell out for yearly.
This week on Money Wise we’re asking Canadians: How confident are you in today’s economy? After all, Canada emerged unscathed from the housing and investment bubbles that have ensnared our neighbouring nations – Germany’s Angela Merkel even praised our economic model as a potential solution for Europe’s woes.