How to go about securing the best savings strategy in Canada.
While the value of Canadian homes has decreased for the first time many years, the same cannot be said for Canadian debt levels. This past week, Statistics Canada released its National balance sheet and financial flow accounts looking at the last quarter of 2018, and it shows that the amount Canadi.... More »
With all the hustle and bustle that’s synonymous with this time of year, it’s important to also take a closer look at your personal finances before heading into 2019 – and we’re not talking about holiday budgets. Yes, most Canadians are busy with Christmas shopping and festivities, but .... More »
Most self-insurance plans let bills grow unrestrained, but new models encourage providers to seek savings..... More »
If 2019 is the year you promised to stop your bad spending habits in their tracks and ensure your savings go untouched, then maybe the old proverb “failing to plan is planning to fail” hits home for you. But what about the things that don’t make it into the plan? You know, those expenses tha.... More »
Every year, RateSupermarket.ca carefully analyzes the Canadian credit card and banking industry and awards the best products at its Best of Finance Awards.
There will come various points in every person’s life when they’ll be required to make a financial choice. But when there are hundreds of banking products on the market, applying for a mortgage, a line of credit, a loan or even a credit card can be overwhelming. What features should you look for? Which product will help you save or earn more?
At RateSupermarket.ca, we strive to help every Canadian consumer find the credit card, bank account or investment product that best fits their lifestyle and budget. That’s why we annually recognize some of the top products in the personal finance industry at our Best of Finance Awards, helping you – the consumer – ultimately find your best match.
In selecting the top nominees in each category, we examined dozens of products and took various factors into consideration, such as points, miles, interest rates, balance transfer rates and annual fees…