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If you’re itching to travel again, BMO has a card designed to help you get there. With an attractive insurance package and perks like airport lounge access, the BMO Ascend World Elite Mastercard seeks to tempt users into the BMO Rewards program. But here’s the big question: Is the card good enou.... More »

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Why your home insurance rates are rising Dec 14th

At first glance, James Arnold looks like an insurance company’s dream client. The Richmond, B.C., resident has owned his current home for more than two decades, has been with the same insurance company for almost 20 years, and in all those years had never made a claim. At least, not until recently.... More »
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TD Cash Back Visa Infinite review 2022 + MORE Apr 1st

If you consider yourself a coffee-lover, foodie, traveller—or all of the above—this cash back card might be the perfect for your lifestyle. It offers a strong earn rate on food and travel spends. It also includes perks that offer peace of mind on your daily commutes or big vacations, like compli.... More »
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The best credit cards for seniorsWhat are the best credit card for seniors in Canada? That was a question we recently received from a reader, and while credit cards are more about an individual’s unique spending habits and the benefits they find most useful in a credit card than age, we still thought we should help. With this in mind, we’ve selected a list of cards, both fee and no-fee, that offer perks and benefits ranging from cash back and other rewards to a low-interest rate to included extras like travel insurance. Whatever kind of card you’re looking for, you can find the details of our best credit cards for seniors here.

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Best no-fee card for seniors

SimplyCash Card from American Express*

Just because you’re not paying an annual fee doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get rewards…

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