Business credit card debt: When startup partnership goes wrong + MORE Sep 17th

How to go about securing the best rate and plan for your credit card in Canada.
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Air Canada deal to buy Aeroplan gets regulatory OK Dec 25th

Air Canada's acquisition of the Aeroplan loyalty program has received all required federal regulatory approvals ahead of a shareholders' vote on a $450-million agreement reached by the airline in November..... More »
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April 17 Update: Jet Airways suspends all operations, fly Air Italy from Toronto to Rome for under $750 & more! Apr 18th

Late last week India's Jet Airways cancelled all their international flights including those to and from Toronto amidst serious financial trouble. Since that time they were only flying domestic flights but it appears that as of today those have come to an end as well. If you were booked for any .... More »

Weekly rate report: Average card rate registers at 16.92 percent for fourth week + MORE Sep 26th

September 26, 2018: The average credit card interest rate didn’t budge Wednesday, according to the Weekly Credit Card Rate Report..... More »

Scotia Passport Visa Infinite Card sees increased sign up bonus of 30,000 points + MORE Mar 2nd

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Home renovation: More credit cards are rewarding home-related purchases Feb 19th

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Dealing with business credit card debt following a startup partnership gone wrong? Start by seeking legal help. If you’re personally responsible for the debt, you may have to make minimum payments on the card until the matter is resolved.

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Three days only! RBC Avioners can get 30% of their points back when redeeming for flightsRBC tells us that they want their Avioners to follow their passion for travel and use their points to see the world! To thank them, RBC is giving 30% points back when they redeem their next round-trip flight anywhere in the world from the RBC Avion Air Travel Redemption Schedule between September 17 and 19.The offer is in the form of a rebate, so Avioners will need the full amount of points to redeem and afterwards, RBC Rewards will credit 30% of the points redeemed. For example if you redeem 15,000 RBC Rewards points for a short haul flight you’ll get 4,500 points back afterwards. Redeem 100,000 for a flight to Asia or any other far flung place and you’ll get an awesome 30,000 points back! Enough for two short haul flights! As a reminder, here are the base point requirements on the RBC Avion Air Travel Redemption Schedule:RBC Rewards, which is the rewards program that powers RBC Avion, is one of Canada’s most popular proprietary credit card loyalty programs and a big offer like this shouldn’t be discounted! If you have been planning on redeeming for travel in the fall, Christmas, or even spring break 2019, you may want to move that booking up to  take advantage of this offer…

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