The “Big Five” Canadian banks include Royal Bank of Canada, Toronto Dominion Bank (TD Canada Trust), Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC). Are there other viable options?
Canadians with Citibank cards may enjoy the benefits that come with it, including travel and insurance perks. But as of September 22, 2019, Citibank has announced it is slashing those benefits – particularly the ones associated with travel. The benefits that will no longer be honored are worldwid.... More »
If filing your taxes before the deadline went over your head this year, procrastinating can only make things worse. Unlike sales tax, which is a pay-at-the-pump proposition, Canada’s income tax system is based on self-assessment. Make your money, plan your affairs as best you can and then, pay up.... More »
Are you looking for secured credit cards? Not sure if you should open a secured or unsecured card? If you’re rebuilding your credit score, a secured credit card can help you get your credit back on track. An unsecured credit card requires you to have established credit and can often include t.... More »
Credit card rewards come in many forms. From points to statement credits to cold-hard cash, a good rewards card maximizes on your everyday purchases and ultimately helps you save. Reward credit cards generally offer different amounts of rebates for particular spending categories (gas, grocery, phar.... More »
Identity theft is an intricate crime, but its cause is very simple: Ignorance, Lack of Awareness and easy availability of vulnerable information. According to a recent study conducted by Equifax Canada, attempts of credit card fraud have increased by 42 percent over the last two years. Suspected tru.... More »
The chief executives of Canada’s five largest banks collectively earned roughly $63.2 million in total compensation during the 2018 financial year, up about 12 per cent from the previous year.