Jet setting away for a long awaited vacation? Don’t leave for the airport without the right travel insurance. Did you know that becoming ill or injured while travelling can cost tens of thousands of dollars? Beat travel insurance myths, and learn how to save on your premiums, with RateSupermarket.ca’s latest Cost Of infographic.
The holidays are fast approaching, and shopping season is picking up steam. This year, more Canadians than ever are choosing to crack open those laptops and mobile devices than hit the mall – after all, nothing beats shopping in your pajamas!
Hosting a Thanksgiving turkey dinner for the family can be a pricey proposition. Here are a few smart shopping tips to trim your dinner costs.
Back-to-school shopping season is upon us! Did you know Canadians will spend an average of $677 in the month of August to prepare their kids for the classroom? Check out our tips for cutting down on the cost of clothes, school supplies, lunches and more.
Summer’s in full force – and your seasonal spending habits probably are too. Rising temps may call for a little extra fun in the sun, but you don’t want to spend the rest of the year paying down your summer extravagances. Here are a few easy ways to make the most out of it – without breaking the bank.
It is ever a good idea to hand your kids the plastic? Will giving them access to credit at an early age help teach financial responsibility – or will it end in a mountain of debt? Learn how to walk kids through the life lessons of credit and ensure they’ll grow up to be financially responsible adults.
Who offers the best credit card? It’s time to crown the champion of our Credit Card Faceoff series! Last week, we paired the top offerings from big banks and let the cards’ features fight it out over the trifecta: Rewards, Cash Back and Low Interest. The prize? More money in YOUR pocket! Read on to find out how our champ will reward you.
More and more Canadians are turning to Cash Back Rewards when it comes to their credit cards. Why? Not only are cash reward programs easier to determine how much you’re really getting back (because we ALL know the value of $1 vs. 700 points), BUT cash can be spent on whatever YOU want….in other words you aren’t limited to a rewards catalogue. Check out our INFOGRAPHIC >>