Last week Bank Guru announced on Twitter that we were hearing a few rumours concerning the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC). The fact is, we have heard quite a few things, and we want to share it with all of our readers on BankNerd. There are in fact several rumours we have heard concerning RBC,
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A few months ago we wrote about Finizi, which is a new online system that will save institutions significant acquisition costs; one of the most important features was that it saved consumers time and embarrassment associated with negotiating for a better posted rate with their respective bank. Ultimately, with Finizi you can view top rates,
February 29th, 2012, is the final day to make a contribution to your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP) for the 2011 taxation year. Like most Canadians you probably scramble at the last minute to find some extra cash, or even consider taking out an RRSP loan. You probably don’t even give much consideration to your
Out of luck I came across some interesting last week on the forum of Red Flag Deals, which was the announcement of the RBC British Airways Visa Infinite being launched in February 2012; after looking into the topic I found that it the RBC British Airways Visa Infinite will be launched on February 15th, 2012.
Last year, I wrote an article on Wave Accounting; which is a service that is ideal to help business owners become more successful. Wave Accounting is a service that does a great job of basic accounting, particularly generating and tracking invoices, tracking expenses, and providing a dashboard that shows graphically what is going on
In a recent survey from ING Direct it is revealed that Canadians are not taking the necessary steps to archive financial peace of mind when in retirement. The study conducted was an Angus Reid study and it was commissioned by ING Direct. What were the findings of the study? The study found that 58% of
The week flew by incredibly fast; the weather was all over the place but I for one am happy that it warmed up as the week went on. Well as you know, it is time for BankNerd’s Best of the Best series. Before we get into this weeks Best of the Best I thought I