RATESDOTCA unveils new additions to their car and travel insurance options, including powerful comparison engines that provide customized quotes in minutes.
RATESDOTCA has created a snapshot of the Canadian Mortgage Market with its 5 Years of Mortgages infographic.
You can try subtle hints. You can yell and scream. You can even stop cooking their favourite dish. But if your adult child is still living at home, no amount of badgering or bad cooking is going to get them to move out. A special prize pack, full of furniture and groceries, however, might do the trick!
Can you put a price on love? According to the latest numbers from RATESDOTCA, you certainly can. The sweetheart study crunched the costs associated with a romantic relationship from wooing to weddings and has determined that the list price of love is a wallet whopping $43,842.08!
Canadians resolving to get their finances in order this year are getting some great insider advice from RATESDOTCA, Canada’s independent online rate comparison resource. The site, which compares mortgage rates, credit cards and numerous other finance products, has launched its inaugural Best of Finance Awards, honouring the best financial products and resources in Canada in 2012.
Securing the Canadian dream – a good job, a nice car and an affordable mortgage – may be increasingly out of reach for the millennial generation. A new research study from RATESDOTCA, Canada’s independent personal finance comparison site, offers the projections of future costs of living for young people starting out today. As the cost of owning a home continues to rise and jobs are very hard to come by, the picture is not pretty.
Camp is over, fall activities don’t start for another month, and your children are getting bored. Rather than spending money trying to entertain them, why not use this time as an opportunity to teach your children how to SAVE money?
Bank of Montreal (BMO) shocked the mortgage market by dropping its Low Rate 5 year fixed mortgage to 2.99% effective today, January 14, 2012. It is a limited time offer that is available only until January 25, 2012.
With the holiday season in full swing, and more and more consumers pulling out plastic to fund their celebrations, RATESDOTCA has created its five top credit card tips to help Canadians save money before, during and after the holidays.
How much savings are we talking here? The average Canadian household can save $562 in the first year by using a cash back credit card for their purchases. Over 5 years, that savings builds to $2,382. Want to see how much you can save? Find out how using our infographic…
More and more Canadians are turning to Cash Back Rewards when it comes to their credit cards. Why? Not only are cash reward programs easier to determine how much you’re really getting back (because we ALL know the value of $1 vs. 700 points), BUT cash can be spent on whatever YOU want….in other words, you aren’t limited to a rewards catalogue.
Find out the secret to saving thousands on your mortgage AND how to pay it off faster. We took a mortgage of $300,000 and calculated how you can SAVE $65,541, plus cut 3 years OFF your mortgage in three simple ways.