So, you’re heading on vacation? More than likely youâ€™ve been told to buy travel medical insurance “just in caseâ€ť. The fact is travel insurance is just as important for you to pack as any item in your luggage. No matter where youâ€™re headed to, ensuring that youâ€™re ready for the what ifs of adventure is
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Insurance rates across Canada are in part dependent on where exactly you live â€“ right down to the postal code. While a Torontonian is likely to pay higher insurance premiums than if they lived in rural Ontario, the differences on a provincial scale are even more significant. Insurance premiums are higher in Ontario than any
With Friday being a holiday, the BankNerd team, including myself took a day off and enjoyed the great weather. I went with a few friends and family to a restaurant we have heard great things about, Works Burger. Needless to say, it was an enjoyable meal and I have to say it was one of
Recently, a website was brought to BankNerdâ€™s attention, which allows you to create a budget, and manage your finances. The website I am talking about is called Spendful, and unlike other financial management websites, such as Mint, you are not required to input any sensitive financial information. Spendful is strictly a website that allows you
It just came to my attention that Scotiabank recently launched of a new comprehensive It just came to my attention that Scotiabank recently launched of a new comprehensive ScotiaLife Travel Insurance Program, which has been developed to better meet the needs of its customers. I find this to be a fitting article because there are
BankNerd.ca has the pleasure of hosting this weeks Totally Money Carnival.Â What I love about the totally money blog carnival is the fact that there is a plethora of subjects covered in the articles. If you are new to BankNerd then you may want to subscribe to our RSS feed; it will not only benefit
After writing an account comparison between the Big 5 and the senior accounts they had to offer, I decided to make a series out of it and write comparisons on the different types of accounts these banks had to offer. Today I will be examining the premium chequing accounts the Big 5 has to offer.