Jaclyn Tersigni is a Toronto-based writer and editor. She's written on everything from tea sommeliers to motorcycle-riding granddads to regifting etiquette. With a journalism degree from Ryerson University, she got her start at ELLE Canada and The Globe and Mail. Her interests and hobbies include all things ocean-related (notably, the beach, oysters and surf culture), overbuying used books and clothing, riding her bike all over town and, most importantly, music old and new.
In your 20s? Want to take control of your money of this year? Here are our top financial new year’s resolutions in 2018. Part of becoming adult is learning how to budget and spend your money responsibly (yuck). And like the frugal young adult I am…
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Montreal-based lender Desjardins and Best Buy have announced a new partnership and credit card offering. While the new plastic won’t include a rewards offering, it will provide financing options for Best Buy customers.
Could MasterCard Debit in Canada be a future possibility? The credit card provider has shared plans it could enter the Canadian market. How would the service work – and would it fit in with recent changes to credit card interchange fees?
Want to spend less this holiday season? Your secret weapon could be your credit card! Learn how to use rewards for shopping cash, get big discounts on gifts and other items, and cut your costs with these earnings tips and tricks!
Costco has recently switched up its credit card partnerships, discontinuing its partnership with American Express and introducing a new Capital One rewards option for club members. How have customers’ Costco credit card options changed – and are they still earning the same rewards? Read on for our breakdown.
If an earthquake happens tomorrow (knock on wood) and your house is damaged by the shaking and quaking, who do you think covers the cost of the damage? Turns out, it’s the homeowner – but most people aren’t aware of this hidden cost.
Wondering how to save for retirement as a stay at home parent? It can be a challenge to commit to savings with only one income. This mom shares her stay-at-home strategy.
Mobile wallets are designed to replace carrying cash, credit and debit cards – but would you pass up your payment options to carry just one? Check out the latest crop from the big banks.
Are you prone to overspending on holiday gifts? You’re not alone – a recent study finds one in four Canadians report feeling “helpless” to prevent overspending when hitting the mall for gifts.
Consumers desperate to reduce their debt can be a vulnerable group, targeted by some debt settlement companies, and entrapped in a snare of fees. Now, a new act in Ontario has been put in place to protect consumer rights.
Would leaving the plastic at home once a week make you a more responsible spender? That’s the idea behind Credit Free Fridays, an initiative by finance guru and TV host Gail Vaz-Oxlade and CFIB.
Car insurance doesn't come cheap for drivers under the age of 25. Here are a few ways you may be able to lower your premium.
Searching for the lowest car insurance rate? It’s a super savvy move to compare the market – but be wary of too-good-to-be-true deals found on sites like Kijiji and Craigslist. Fraudsters lurking on these sites are hoping to scam you out of your cash – and leave you uninsured and liable in case of an accident.