RateSupermarket.ca introduces the 2016 winners of the Best of Finance awards! In this post, we’re recognizing some of the best banking products in Canada, from chequing and savings accounts to GIC’s and TFSA’s.
It’s a three-time winner of our Best of Finance: The Scotia Momentum® VISA Infinite card earns up to 4% cash back and gives you plenty of travel perks. Is it the right card for your lifestyle? Read on to find out!
Looking to earn travel rewards faster? The Scotiabank Gold American Express® Card is a quick route to getting you to the destination of your dreams. Read on to find out if it’s the right card to add to your wallet.
Are you a cinephile looking for every possible opportunity to spend more time in front of the big screen? Enter the Scotiabank SCENE VISA®, which rewards film lovers with – what else? Free movies! Read on to find out if it’s a good card to add to your wallet.
If you think you’re paying higher bank fees these days, you’re not alone – and those fees are going up in the midst of multi-million dollar profits for Canada’s big five banks. Here’s what you need to know.
Two of Canada’s largest lenders, RBC and Scotiabank, had their credit ratings downgraded last week by Fitch and Moody’s respectively. What’s behind this downgrade – and should banking consumers worry?
With home prices steadily rising in Canada, many existing home owners are choosing to stay put and improve their homes with renos – two new reports find home renos will be a big contributor to the economy next year.
Canada’s big five banks know fintech has the power to change the banking landscape forever – which is why they’re pouring investment into tech of their own. Here’s a breakdown of what each bank is doing to make their mark on the growing Canadian fintech landscape.
Online banking is growing in popularity in Canada – but not all bank websites are created equal. What makes a great online user experience? Tell us and WIN $50!
Some of the new RBC bank fees, which were slated to launch in June, will be reversed, the lender announced today. The bank changed its stance on fees due to intense consumer backlash regarding “pay to pay” charges. Here’s what consumers should know.