The best TD credit cards in Canada + MORE May 10th

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Earn up to 15,000 bonus Aeroplan points on Air Canada flights to Australia + MORE May 16th

Air Canada is offering up to 15,000 bonus Aeroplan points on flights to Australia that are booked during their recently launched Australia seat sale. Not are bonus Aeroplan points up for grabs but the sale also provides a $300 discount on new bookings of select Economy, Premium Economy Lowest and Bu.... More »

How executors get paid in Canada + MORE May 11th

In Canada, the role of an executor in administering a deceased person’s estate is both significant and complex. Executors play a crucial role in settling an estate, which involves tasks such as distributing assets, paying off debts and ensuring the deceased’s final wishes are carried out. In ret.... More »

American Express: Receive a 20% bonus when transferring points to Etihad Guest May 14th

For the first time ever, at least to the best of my knowledge, American Express Canada is offering a transfer bonus to Etihad Guest. For the month of May when you transfer Membership Rewards points to Etihad Guest miles you’ll receive a 20% bonus. Normally Membership Rewards points convert at .... More »
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Air Canada Aeroplan updates eUpgrade credit expiry policy + MORE May 15th

Air Canada has sent out notice to Aeroplan elite members about some upcoming changes to the expiry policy of eUpgrade credits. The changes will be effective as of July 1, 2024 and are as follows: Simplified Expiry: eUpgrade credits earned as part of your status benefits will be valid for 12 months f.... More »
The best store credit cards in Canada for 2024

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The best store credit cards in Canada for 2024
Discover the best store credit cards in Canada for making your daily spending work for you.

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Best credit cards by categoryWhy we love itBest for Loblaw-affiliated stores (including Shoppers Drug Mart)PC Financial World Elite MastercardAnnual fee: $0Highest rate of return on spending at one of the largest retail networks in the countryBest for Canadian Tire-affiliated stores (including Sport Chek and Mark’s)Triangle MastercardAnnual fee: $04% cash back on purchases at a wide selection of storesBest for AmazonAmazon.ca Rewards MastercardAnnual fee: $0 (Prime subscription required for full card benefits)Prime members earn 2.5% on Amazon.ca and foreign currency transactionsBest for WalmartWalmart Rewards World MastercardAnnual fee: $03% when shopping online at Walmart.ca and 1.25% when shopping in-storeBest for CostcoRogers World Elite MastercardAnnual fee: $0The highest rate of return at the warehouse retailer, plus enough cash back to cover FX fees

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Nathan Kennedy used to idolize podcasters and bloggers who could explain personal finance concepts in language that he, a junior sales and marketing executive with various companies, could understand. Today his social media following is bigger than most of them. On TikTok and Instagram combined, he’s approaching one million followers. The 27-year-old University of Western Ontario grad started his podcast New Money with Nathan Kennedy in 2019 and quit his job to focus on it full-time two years later. Under the handle @NewMoneyNate, he brings an animated, streetwise style to talking about things like negotiating a raise with your employer, using a credit card wisely and saving fees on investment funds that clearly resonates with his 20-something target audience.

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The best TD credit cards in Canada

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The best TD credit cards in Canada
We’ve broken down our picks for the best TD credit cards – whether you’re looking for cash back, points, no-fee cash back, or low interest.

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MoneySense is an award-winning magazine, helping Canadians navigate money matters since 1999. Our editorial team of trained journalists works closely with leading personal finance experts in Canada. To help you find the best financial products, we compare the offerings from over 12 major institutions, including banks, credit unions and card issuers. Learn more about our advertising and trusted partners.

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