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Canada's 10 Best Credit Cards of 2021

From travel points to cash back, the best credit cards in Canada quickly deliver the rewards most valuable to you.

Canada’s 10 Best Cash Back Credit Cards of 2021

Cash back is the most flexible type of credit card reward.

Canada’s 8 Best Travel Credit Cards of 2021

The best travel credit cards have strong earn rates and great travel rewards.

Canada's 8 Best Rewards Credit Cards of 2021

The best rewards credit cards transform your everyday grocery, gas, restaurant and household spending into easy-to-use points and flexible loyalty program perks.

7 Money Strategies for Savvy Holiday Shopping

Use these holiday shopping tips to avoid high-interest debt, score good deals and support local businesses.

How to Get a Better Credit Score

Want to improve your credit fast? Learn how to get a better credit score by paying bills on time, keeping your credit utilization ratio low, and more.

What is Inflation and How Does it Work?

Inflation is an economic term that describes increases in the price of goods and services over time. Knowing how inflation works can help you mitigate its effect on your finances.

Canada’s 9 Best High-Interest Savings Accounts of 2021

A high-interest savings accounts (HISA) will help you grow your funds faster than standard accounts.

A Guide to Common Canadian Bank Fees and Charges

Common things that banks charge fees for include transaction fees, insufficient funds and overdrafts, wire payments, and out-of-network ATM use.

How a Credit Union Compares to a Traditional Bank

What is the benefit of a credit union over a bank? They are not-for-profit financial cooperatives that put their members first.

Canada’s 13 Best Online Savings Accounts of 2021

Online savings accounts offered by virtual banks have competitive interest rates and low or no fees.

What Is a Cash-Back Mortgage?

With a cash-back mortgage, the lender will advance you a lump sum of money — typically between 1% and 7% of your home's value — when the mortgage closes.

How Does a Rent-to-Own Home Work?

A rent-to-own arrangement is one in which you rent a house that you intend to buy. Each time you pay rent, a portion is applied to your eventual down payment.

What Is a Private Mortgage?

A private mortgage is a short-term, interest-only loan designed for borrowers who can't use a traditional mortgage for various reasons.

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