Guide to picking a Points Earning Machine + MORE Jan 18th

The “Big Five” Canadian banks offer credit cards and 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). Did you know that there are many other options?
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Select Aeroplan Elite Members can earn bonus SQM for non-flight point redemptions Jun 11th

If you hold elite status with Air Canada check your inbox for this offer that is being sent out to select members. The offer provides an SQM bonus to the member when completing reward redemptions by June 22 in the following categories: Eligible Reward Redemptions Merchandise and gift cards on the Ae.... More »

RWRDS Daily Update – May 11, 2023 + MORE May 11th

An update on the new Marriott Hotels opening in Canada for 2023, National Bank World Elite Mastercard Review in French and eight new confirmed Cobalt Card multiplier locations. Check out today's points & miles updates here: The post RWRDS Daily Update – May 11, 2023 appeared first on Rewards .... More »

Earn 100 Aeroplan Points for every $5 donated to the Canadian Red Cross (or have Air Canada match your donation) Sep 7th

The Canadian Red Cross’ annual Aeroplan promotion has returned for 2023. During the month of September if you donate to the Canadian Red Cross you can choose to earn Aeroplan points or have your donation matched by Air Canada. Earn 100 points for every $5 donated Aeroplan members who donate du.... More »

RWRDS Daily Update – January 16, 2024 + MORE Jan 16th

An update to our Loyalty Lesson that explains Credit Card Spending Caps and Air Canada nixes their Vancouver to Boston route. Check out today's points & miles updates here: The post RWRDS Daily Update – January 16, 2024 appeared first on Rewards Canada..... More »

Moneris says debit, credit outages resolved across Canada - CTV News + MORE Sep 23rd

Moneris says debit, credit outages resolved across Canada  CTV NewsMoneris network outage causes widespread disruption of credit, debit payments  CBC NewsNetwork outage that affected debit, credit card transactions resolved: Moneris  CP24UPDATE: Moneris outage caused pr.... More »
Sometimes we get inquiries for credit cards that all the reader is asking for is a way to earn as many points as possible. They could care less about benefits, insurance and what not. They just want to rack up a ton of points on their everyday spending. That’s where the Guide to picking a […]
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RWRDS Daily Update – January 17

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The Ultimate Air Canada Credit Card portfolio, Two new Amex Offers from Turbotax and William Ashley & earn Double Aeroplan points at LCBO. Check out today’s points & miles updates here:
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Canada’s best no-fee credit cards 2023

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Canada’s best no-fee credit cards 2023

By Sandra MacGregor on  January 17, 2023Estimated Reading Time: 19 minutes

Some of the best things in life are free—so why should you expect any different from your credit card? Canada has an impressive array of no-fee credit cards that don’t charge cardholders an annual fee, while still delivering respectable rewards like cash back and travel points. Many of these no-fee cards also boast attractive extras like solid welcome bonuses, no foreign transaction fees and useful travel insurance. Those who don’t always pay off their balance in full every month will be happy that a few of these cards even feature a standard low interest rate or an attractive balance transfer promo…

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My wife, two kids (boy, 14 years old, and girl, 10 years old) and I are all Canadian citizens.I am planning to work in the UAE (United Arab Emirates) while my wife and kids remain in Canada. We have our own home in Canada, and we have a pre-construction condo and are expected to receive it at the end of 2023. I have no other investments in Canada and pay all my tax on time.The question is: I know I have to pay tax, but do you have any idea how much and how it works to the best of our family?—Eddy

Tax implications of working in another country

Congratulations, Eddy. That sounds exciting but obviously challenging to leave your family behind in Canada while you are working half a world away.

Canada levies federal and provincial income tax based on residency, not citizenship. So, while residing in Canada, both citizens and non-citizens alike have to report and pay tax on their worldwide income. When income is subject to tax in another country as well, Canada generally allows a foreign tax credit to be claimed to avoid double taxation…

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