Personal Savings getting you down? There are always smart ways to increase your savings.
If you’re like most Canadians, you have a number of charges that come out of your bank account every month. Your gym membership, meal delivery service, beauty box, and streaming services all cost you more than pennies on a regular basis. How do you know if you are getting your money’s wo.... More »
A Tax-Free Savings Account (TFSA) is a fantastic way to earn money on your savings, without having to pay tax on those earnings. Registered by the federal government, TFSAs are available to Canadians aged 18 and older. Unlike a Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP), you cannot deduct contributio.... More »
When you’re living paycheque to paycheque and every dollar counts, it’s hard to imagine how to save any significant amount of money. The good news is, you can build up an emergency fund even while living paycheque to paycheque. The best news of all is once you’ve built up some sa.... More »
Millions of Canadians file their tax returns late—and if you’re one of them, you may figure that with so many others in the same boat, surely the transgression can’t be too terrible.… Right? Well, no. Assuming you have a refund coming, it’s not a great financial plan to let Canada Revenue .... More »
Want to save money on your cruise? Want to know how to save big on your next vacation? If you’re spending cash-only for your cruise, hotel and rental car, you might be missing out. There are lots of travel tips and cash reward perks you can take advantage of to stretch your dollars further.
From free nights at your hotel to $400 cash back rewards, here are a few of the best travel tips to maximize your savings.
Have a Strategy and Compare Rewards Credit Cards
Not every credit card is created equal. If you’re planning a trip, you want cards with the best offers. Use the link to compare travel rewards cards. You can shop by airline miles, hotel nights or cash back rewards.
Use Flexible Travel Dates to Secure Hotel Discounts
When you book your hotel, plan at least 30-days in advance to get the best deals. Keep in mind, prices are higher around the holidays, but booking rooms a few weeks before or after can save you money.
Here are a few other tips:
When looking up hotels, use flexible dates…