RWRDS Daily Update – November 22 + MORE Nov 23rd

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RWRDS Daily Update – November 23 Nov 24th

Here’s your Rewards Canada update! Your near daily dose of loyalty program, credit card and travel news, bonuses, deals and more. BMO AIR MILES Mastercard Review We’ve updated our review on the no annual fee BMO AIR MILES Mastercard. This card was the very AIR MILES card we reviewed way .... More »

Amazing business class fares on Air France’s Ottawa and Quebec City to Paris flights Jun 5th

Air France has further extended the amazing business class sale for their new upcoming Ottawa to Paris route and their returning Quebec City route! Right now you can purchase round trip business class fares for $2,242. If you have the Platinum Card from American Express  you can get these flights f.... More »

Earn 5x miles when you use BMO AIR MILES cards at select partners + MORE May 28th

BMO, the potential suitor for the AIR MILES program has revealed a limited time promotion to earn more miles on their co-brand credit cards for the summer. Holders of any of the BMO AIR MILES Mastercards will earn 5x AIR MILES when using their cards at select AIR MILES partners. For most of these pa.... More »

Canada’s Top Travel Rewards Credit Cards 2023 + MORE Jan 9th

Rewards Canada is pleased to present the best Travel Rewards Credit Cards in Canada for 2023! In this, our 15th edition of ranking the best credit cards in Canada we have added two new categories to help Canadians from all walks of life find the best travel credit cards for their wallets. Now that t.... More »

Plastk Secured Credit Card Review 2023 + MORE Feb 24th

Secured credit cards can help you build or rebuild credit when you’re unable to qualify for a regular credit card or loan. The concept is simple. You provide an upfront security deposit, and the credit card issuer secures it in a separate account. Your credit limit is equal to the amount of se.... More »
Welcome to another Rewards Canada Clash! This clash is between two very popular Visa Infinite cards that recently ranked very well in our 2022 Canada’s Choice awards. Those cards are the CIBC Aventura® Visa Infinite* Card and the Scotiabank Passport Visa Infinite Card! Shout out to Jeff W. for the idea of putting these two […]
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Canada’s best credit cards 2022

By Barry Choi, Julie Cazzin and Keph Senett on  November 22, 2022

Finding the right credit card could save you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars a year. Whether you’re looking for lower fees, more rewards or simply valuable perks like travel medical insurance or rental car savings, every dollar counts. If you use your credit card wisely, pay off your balance monthly and find the right rewards program for you, and you are sure to come out ahead. There’s a slew of credit card options out there, and it can be challenging to find the best deal—but this list of best credit cards in Canada is here to help…

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In recent years, financial planning has been reduced from a process to a product. The broader financial industry has offered financial plans, often on a one-time basis, and frequently as a prospecting tool. It is not enough to simply have a financial plan that gathers dust. Forward-looking financial planning can help you stay on track and achieve your long-term goals.

What kinds of goals should you be setting?

Many people have the goal of investing their money. But in order to invest, you have to spend less than you earn. Some people start investing too early. It probably makes sense to pay down non-mortgage consumer debt like credit cards first. It also generally makes sense to contribute to your savings (for example, to an emergency fund) before growing your wealth through investing.

If you are saving for retirement, you should try to figure out how much you should be saving. This is based on your expenses, now and in retirement, and trying to work backwards to figure out how much to put aside each month…

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Here’s your Rewards Canada update! Your near daily dose of loyalty program, credit card and travel news, bonuses, deals and more. Two new Amex Offers New Amex Offers came out yesterday that offer statement credits for Fresh and Microsoft: Spend at least $100 in qualifying purchases using your registered Card at by 23/02/2023 and […]
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