News & Resources Selects RATESDOTCA to Provide Canadian Recommendation Data

Nov. 30, 2010
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TORONTO, December 1, 2010 – RATESDOTCA, Canadian consumers’ go-to-website to compare and save money on personal finance products such as mortgage rates, credit cards and GIC rates, today announced it will supply bank and credit card recommendation data to Canadian users of

RATESDOTCA’s market-leading rate data and extensive network of financial institutions and brokers will enable, a leading online personal finance service from Intuit Inc. (Nasdaq: INTU), to provide personalized money-saving recommendations to its users, as well as easy access to all products.

“The depth and breadth of RATESDOTCA's data and relationships will enable to provide Canadians with personalized money-saving offers,” said Aaron Patzer, general manager and vice president of Intuit Personal Finance and founder of

Mint is a leading online personal finance service that helps Canadians see where their money goes, keep their spending on track by creating budgets they’ll stick with, and uncovers opportunities to save them money. Mint aggregates a user’s banking, credit card and other financial accounts and transaction information, categorizing expenses to show how much a user pays for rent, restaurants, gas, and more. Mint also provides unique, money-saving and money-making recommendations based on users’ individual spending patterns. RATESDOTCA is the exclusive Canadian provider of bank and credit card recommendation data on

“The official launch of into the Canadian market means that consumers will finally have the opportunity to utilize one of the fastest-growing money-saving tools in the US. Together we can deliver first-class technology that will change the way Canadians manage, save and grow their money," said Kelvin Mangaroo, President of RATESDOTCA.

Penelope Graham

A first-time homeowner and newbie investor, Penelope Graham is the quintessential millennial, navigating the world of personal finance and wealth management. A self-professed monetary policy nerd, she follows the often-controversial housing market closely and specializes in mortgage, credit card and personal finance news.

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