It’s Financial Literacy Month! One of many important skills to have includes making sense of your credit bureau report. We explain what those codes and numbers mean – and how they impact your ability to borrow.
Ready to make 2016 your richest year yet? We have everything you need to kick the year off on the right financial foot. Read on for this week’s tips.
Trying to pay down debt or start an emergency fund? Check out the top 4 financial resolutions for 2016, and – according to the experts – how to fix them.
From the RateSupermarket.ca family to yours – we wish you happy holidays and a festive season!
It’s been a big week of change for our nation, as the Liberals swept a majority victory in the federal election. That means there’s plenty of new developments to come – for your savings, your taxes, and for the loonie.
Are we in for a recession reversal? The latest numbers show good news for Canada’s economy. But what does that mean for you? Find out, and read the rest of this week’s headlines!
Have you joined the tap-to-pay movement? Consumers around the world are starting to eschew their wallets in favour of payment apps – but Canada’s banks are dragging their heels. While it remains to be seen when shoppers here will access the latest in tap tech, other new developments – from rewards to wearables – have recently hit the market. Read on to learn more about these exciting new options.
The DC Tag is the latest in payment wearables to hit the market. Would you wear a payment wristband instead of carrying your wallet? Read on to learn more.
Finally, some less-than-dire news for the Canadian economy. The Bank of Canada released its latest interest rate announcement this week, and took a neutral – if not slightly optimistic – stance on our nation’s rebound for oil.
Are passwords becoming a thing of the, well, past? MasterCard has introduced new smartphone “selfie”-recognizing technology to bypass old pin and password methods. Would you use it? Read on to learn more.