How to go about securing the best policy for your insurance in Canada.
After a six-day consultation the Progressive Conservative-led Government in Ontario has confirmed it will cut the out-of-country coverage previously provided under the province’s health plan. The Ontario Health Insurance Plan currently provides up to $400 per day for out-of-country inpatient.... More »
To new buyers, the real estate market can appear intimidating with jargon like amortization, mortgage insurance, fixed vs variable and so on. Here are some of the key terms and mortgage types you’ll encounter when shopping for your home loan. What is a Mortgage? A mortgage is a loan offered by fi.... More »
It wasn’t long ago that robo-advisors were thought of as a newfangled millennial-made idea for investing-inept 20- and 30-somethings. Now, though, all sorts of Canadians, including high net-worth boomers and new-to-saving youngsters are pouring money into these easy-to-use and low-cost online oper.... More »
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For the avid traveler, there are a few things you can’t go without – your passport, travel insurance, and a good travel rewards credit card. Those who travel pretty often already know – the opportunity to gain rewards with a good travel credit card are hard to resist. You can easily earn deep.... More »
Attention MoneyWise readers! Sign up for the Scotiabank Passport™ Visa Infinite* Card today and for a limited time, get up to 25,000 bonus points with your first $1,000 in everyday purchases in the first three months. That’s already $250-worth of rewards!
And for a limited time, get $75 IN CASH via Interac e-Transfer or a gift card from RateSupermarket.ca upon approval!
For all you frequent flyers, Scotiabank currently features a roster of some of the best travel credit cards in Canada, each with their own perks and benefits. But the Scotiabank Passport™ Visa Infinite* in particular can easily get you to your next destination and provide you with extensive luxury travel benefits and insurance.
Within three months, the card already reaps benefits, as their bonus point offer alone qualifies for a flight worth $250. In addition, its earning potential and flexible redemption process makes the card a decent everyday option.
This card carries a $139 annual fee, and cardholders must have a good credit score to qualify, as well as a personal annual income of at least $60,000 or a total household annual income of at least $100,000…