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If you’re shopping for wedding insurance, chances are the big day is quickly approaching. So, congrats! Planning your wedding can be a very busy time and there’s a lot of stress. You want your day to be perfect and you don’t want to worry about what could go wrong. What if the gown is dama.... More »
If you’ve ever had to debate the pro’s and con’s of a new job offer, or renegotiate a contract, you know it’s not always easy to evaluate the worth of a potential compensation package. Benefits and bonuses add a lot of complexity to the process; it doesn’t always come down to salary dolla.... More »
The arrival of the warmer weather means that more people will be out and about. This also means that more people will be out and about with their dogs. Every summer, numerous people want to speak to me after a dog has injured someone. Some of these people are the owner of the dog; some are the one.... More »
An ever-present, growing problem in the Canadian insurance industry is fraud. What some view as a “victimless crime” can affect thousands of insured Canadians. Insurance fraud can be well planned with a network of perpetrators working in tandem, or committed by a single person in a moment of du.... More »
Bed bugs can be a travellers worst nightmare. These pesky bugs can attach themselves to luggage, briefcases and handbags. But, with preventative measures, you can protect your home when you travel to work or go on holiday. Use these tips to avoid bringing home any unexpected guests. What are Bed Bu.... More »
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 discounts on flights, accommodations, and more.
General rewards credit cards offer points or cash-back rewards for particular spending categories (gas, grocery, pharmacy purchases, etc.) But a good rewards card maximizes on your everyday purchases and ultimately helps you save, instead of forcing you to make purchases in specific categories you wouldn’t usually.
And when it comes to travel rewards credit cards, the best ones come with a flexible, easy-to-comprehend redemption process with few restrictions.
A great travel rewards credit card should also include travel insurance coverage – from trip cancellation and baggage delay coverage that can offset costs when your itinerary doesn’t go as planned, to medical insurance that can cover you in case you become injured or sick while abroad (international medical bills can become ridiculously expensive)…