You’ve probably heard about the “importance” of travel insurance before. Maybe you’re even skeptical about its merit. But according to TD Insurance, 49 per cent of Canadians planning to travel during March Break are still stressed about potentially…
Whether you’re gone for the weekend or for the entire Christmas break, you want to leave your home knowing your belongings are safe. So what’s your plan…
TD Canada Trust is the first bank to raise its prime rate for variable rate mortgages since new federal mortgage rules were introduced last month. So is this the beginning of a trend?
Things have gotten more competitive for Canada’s big banks, as a growing fintech industry and customer demands give them a run for their money. To encourage loyalty, they’re pulling out new features and customer service tactics. Here are 4 you should keep an eye out for.
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.
Are you ready for the busiest home-buying season of the year? Spring has certainly sprung for the Canadian real estate market, as open houses pop up faster than the crocuses. Perhaps the most telling sign: Bank of Montreal, the big-bank trendsetter, has introduced a “March miracle”: a history-making rate for new mortgage borrowers that has since been matched by TD.
How will consumers fair in a post rate cut reality? From your savings to your mortgage, here’s what you need to know.
Canada’s banks have finally responded to the Bank of Canada’s Overnight Lending Rate cut, with a 15 basis point discount to their Prime rates. Could more cuts be on the way? Read on to catch up on this week’s biggest Housing Headlines.
Two of Canada’s banks have slashed their savings account rates in response to the Bank of Canada’s recent rate cut – despite minimal Prime movement so far. Here’s what you need to know.