Finding ways to save funds wherever you can during the COVID-19 crisis can help make a difference in managing the bottom line.

Whether it’s auto and home insurance relief, learning about mortgage relief measures, or getting a break on credit card payments, there are options available for Canadian consumers.

Introducing the Rates.ca COVID-19 Rebate Calculator

We are pleased to present a quick and easy way for you to find out what auto insurance companies are providing their customers during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Rates.ca COVID-19 Rebate Calculator will give you the information you need in a couple of clicks on what auto insurance relief measures your insurer may provide. The rebate calculator and accompanying resources are free to use.

There is also information on possible home insurance rebates. Find your insurer in the list below the calculator, click on the company’s name, and view what reductions or billing changes may be available.

For mortgage lenders, see what different financial institutions are providing their customers during the lockdown.

Likewise, for credit card issuers, get an overview of what major financial institutions offer for credit card payment deferrals and interest rate changes.

Additionally, there is a useful FAQ section designed to answer your questions about personal finance and insurance, and a resource hub with COVID-19-related news stories listed in chronological order as featured on the Rates.ca blog.

If your auto or home insurance policy is up for renewal, take the opportunity to shop around to find the lowest rate you can.

RATESDOTCA Team

The RATESDOTCA editorial team are experienced writers focused on sharing stories and bringing you the latest news in insurance and personal finance. Our goal is to provide Canadians with the information and resources they need to make better insurance and financial decisions.

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