They say March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb – and in Canada, it’s also Fraud Prevention Month! Across the nation, government initiatives are working to educate Canadians of rising scam trends. Are you up to speed?
Meanwhile, Ontario readers react to new gas price hikes, and some university students are in for a free ride. Read on for the full story.
Fraud Prevention Month: Beware These Top Three Scams
Did you know March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada? New scams are constantly evolving to part you from your hard-earned cash. Read on to learn more about emerging fraud trends, how to report them – and how to avoid them in the first place.
Read Andrew’s Blog | Beware These Top Three Scams
The Best Credit Cards for Shopping
Attention savvy shoppers – want your dollars to go further at the till? Turns out, hitting the mall can amp up your credit card rewards, as several retailers and lenders are partnered to provide their own loyalty programs. We’ve rounded up the best options in Canada – read on for the full story.
Read Pira’s Blog | The Best Credit Cards For Shopping
Ontario Budget Highlights: What You Should Know
The Ontario Liberals revealed their latest budget last week, and there are plenty of changes for taxpayers. From a new gas surcharge to free tuition for post-secondary students, read on to see how you may be affected – and whether you’ll spend or save as a result.
Read Sean’s Blog | Ontario Budget Highlights
Insurance: 65% of Canadians are Wrong About Flood Insurance
Do you have enough flood insurance coverage? Chances are, like 65% of Canadians, you’re under-insured, and don’t even know it. Here’s what you need to know about insuring your home from overland floods.
Read Allan’s Blog | 65% of Canadians are Wrong About Flood Insurance
Mortgages: New BC Budget Promises Help for Home Buyers
A new BC budget has been tabled with a focus on improving affordability for home buyers in the province. But will these new measures actually make it easier for prospective buyers? Political opponents say it’s too little, too late. Read on for our break down.
Read Sean’s Blog | New BC Budget Promises Help for Home Buyers