Never A Better Time To Open A Tangerine Bank Account

Never a better time to open a Tangerine bank account

As a Simplii Financial customer (formerly PC Financial) for almost 17 years now, I've been taking advantage of no-fee virtual banking pretty much since it first became available in Canada.

It's been fantastic.

I've enjoyed no monthly account fees and unlimited free cheques for that entire time along with earning much higher interest rates on savings than what is offered by the big Canadian banks. No complaints here!

All the while there has been another no fee banking competitor out there: ING Direct.

I'd always known about them, but their value proposition was never great enough for me. However, they were acquired by Scotiabank in 2012, changed their name to Tangerine, and upped their value proposition just enough that I took the plunge and opened my first account in 2014.

Up To $150 In Bonuses + up to 2.4% Interest For Opening Free Accounts

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Is it time to make your Bitcoin fortune?

Is it time to make your Bitcoin fortune?

Bitcoin is HOT stuff these days…wow!

With headlines like:

...and bullish or optimistic outlooks like an expected 70% surge still ahead or tech mogul John McAfee stating that he will “eat his own d*ck” if Bitcoin doesn't hit $1M by 2020 – it’s understandable that most everyone is talking about cryptocurrencies.

While there are some that are bearish on Bitcoin (like this one), and (some) believe we are in a bubble, it certainly is worth exploring.

As we discussed in a previous article, Bitcoin or some other cryptocurrency could be the future of money, so is now your time to get in on the ground floor? Keep reading » about Is it time to make your Bitcoin fortune?

My 25 Favourite Ways To Save Money On Life's Most Important Things

Favourite ways to save money on life's most important things

Today's post is from Andrew Daniels -- founder of Family Money Plan and Millennial Homeowner

Some people are just born a certain way.

Some are skilled hockey players. Others can write an amazing song.

For me I was born to save money. Saving money has always been a passion of mine: I’m always on the lookout for a great way to keep more of my hard earned money.

The way I see it, there are three big areas in your life that make up most of your daily spending:

If you focus on finding savings on these three first, you can do yourself a huge service down the road. So, let’s get going on how to save on all these ones...

Here are my favourite ways to save money.

How I Love To Cut Our Food Costs

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PC Financial Mastercard Review - Big Grocery Rewards, No Annual Fee

PC Financial Mastercard review

This article was sponsored by PC Financial®.

My very first rewards credit card was the brand new (at the time) no fee PC Financial Mastercard. That was all the way back in the early 2000s.

Why did I choose it?

Like many others I was enticed by free groceries with no annual fee.

I saw a banner outside of the newly constructed Superstore in my area advertising grocery rewards with no annual fee and I was already a PC Financial day to day banking customer, so the choice was easy.

I kept the card for a few years and loved it until I got pulled over to the dark side of travel rewards and decided I wanted to see the world. But, I’ve often thought back fondly on my experience with that card over the years and even considered re-applying a time or two.

Since then, PC Financial has continued to improve their line of credit cards and have added two new cards to the fold – the World and World Elite versions of the card – that come with plenty of extra rewards and perks.

How The PC Financial Mastercard Works

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