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Find out your current tax-free savings account (TFSA) contribution limit by using this calculator. TFSA is a bit of a misnomer. While you can use it for straightforward savings, think of it more accurately as an investment holding account to store things like exchange-traded funds .... More »

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Canada’s best credit cards 2022

By Barry Choi, Julie Cazzin and Keph Senett on  November 10, 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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Canada’s best no-fee credit cards 2022

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Canada’s best no-fee credit cards 2022

By Sandra MacGregor on  November 11, 2022

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 also 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. Individuals who don’t always pay off their balance 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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Like other cryptocurrencies, ADA, the native coin of the Cardano blockchain, has been in a bear market since October 2021—meaning a recent pattern of price declines. Despite this downturn in crypto prices, Cardano seems to be a strong player among the public blockchains that offer smart contract functionality. (Smart contracts are automated digital agreements, written in code, for transactions between different parties.)

Because of a dedicated community of developers and supporters, ADA is regularly among the top 10 cryptocurrencies by market capitalization; as of November 2022, it’s the eighth-largest, with a market cap of nearly USD$12.8 billion.

Investors who hold this crypto coin have another route to potential gains: staking their ADA, which earns an estimated 4% to 6% annual percentage yield (APY) as a reward. It’s like putting money in a high-interest savings account and earning interest—except that staking rewards are not guaranteed, not paid in dollars and not protected by the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation (CDIC)…

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