When it comes to choosing a credit card, what offers the best value: a mile, a point, or cash back? RateSupermarket.ca has taken the guesswork out of picking your plastic with the 2015 edition of the Best of Finance Awards! Read on to see the best credit cards in Canada!
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!
What’s in store for October mortgage rates? The monthly forecast has been released by RateSupermarket.ca’s expert Mortgage Rate Outlook Panel. Here’s what they have to say about fixed and variable rates this month.
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.
We’ve all heard the tongue-in-cheek jingle: back-to-school is the “most wonderful time of the year”. But for many Canadian families, it’s a spending season that rivals Christmas.
Is Canadian student debt denial a growing issue? Check out our recent survey results to see what young adults really think about their debt.
Do you find yourself fighting back against fees whenever you do your everyday banking? You’re not alone – a recent survey finds Canadians are increasingly dissatisfied with their banking service.
Are consumers receiving mixed mortgage messages? As economic data underperforms and the Bank of Canada cuts rates for a second time this year, but can borrowers expect?
It seems each week, there’s a new headline pointing to what Canadians should fear for their finances. Now, the Bank of Canada has chimed in with new warnings for the housing market, which has again surpassed the price of oil as our greatest economic risk.
Buying real estate is becoming increasingly tougher for the average Canadian. What can first time and repeat buyers do to increase their chances of homeownership? Get the full story and this week’s top housing headlines.