Is closing a credit card bad for your credit score? The answer may surprise you. Read on to see how closing your card card can affect your standing as a borrower.
Suffering from a Black Friday / Cyber Monday spending hangover? If you overdid it on the spending this holiday season, check out our top tips for making your wallet feel better.
Be wary of unsolicited emails or calls promising a competitive low interest credit card in exchange for a fee – it’s the latest ploy from fraudsters out to acquire your sensitive financial information. Here’s how to protect yourself, and what to do if you’re targeted.
Is your credit card costing you more than it should? You could be paying thousands of dollars more in interest – simply because you’re using a card with the wrong features. Check out the best low interest cards on the market and see how they can help you pay down your debt.
You can’t put a price on healthy, active kids – but coping with the costs of competitive sports is a challenge for many Canadian families. Not only are parents shelling out thousands for gear, registration and travel, but those who take time off to support their kid’s sport may be missing out on income as well.
If you’re prone to running a monthly balance, a low interest credit card can save you $100 a month…which is probably a lot more then you’re getting back from your rewards program. Not to mention that it will make it oh-so much easier to pay down your monthly balance and get control over your credit card debt.
With the holiday season in full swing, and more and more consumers pulling out plastic to fund their celebrations, RateSupermarket.ca has created their five top credit card tips to help Canadians save money before, during and after the holidays.
We recently relaunched our Credit Card Comparison Tool to allow customers to easily select their preferred card options while the results automatically filter. And if that wasn’t enough we also added 7 Scotiabank credit cards to our search engine.