No forex fee cards

Scotiabank Passport Visa Infinite Card Review

Over the years, many credit cards have introduced no foreign transaction fees as a standard benefit, but the Scotiabank Passport Visa Infinite was one of the first out of the gate. What’s interesting is that even though this credit card was introduced a few years ago, it’s still one of the best travel credit cards in…

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dynamic currency conversion

Dynamic Currency Conversion Explained

When it comes to travelling, dynamic currency conversion is something you need to know about since it’s one of the biggest travel fees you can avoid. In case you’re not familiar with dynamic currency conversion, it’s when you get the option to pay for your purchases in your home currency when using credit cards abroad.…

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rogers platinum mastercard review

Rogers Platinum Mastercard Review

If you’re considering a Rogers Mastercard, you need to know that there are two cards available: The Rogers Platinum Mastercard and the Rogers World Elite Mastercard. The Rogers World Elite Mastercard has slightly higher earn rate and some included travel insurance, but there’s a minimum personal income of $80,000 or $150K household income to qualify…

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rogers world elite mastercard review

Rogers World Elite Mastercard Review

The Rogers World Elite Mastercard often gets overlooked since it’s a credit card from Rogers, but the truth is, this card is one of the best cash back credit cards in Canada, one of the best credit cards with no annual fee, and one of the best no foreign transaction feecredit cards in Canada. Unfortunately,…

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KOHO review

KOHO Review

KOHO has been around for a few years now and it has quickly become one of the most popular fintech companies in Canada. The concept is simple, KOHO is a reloadable Visa card and app that gives you real-time insights on your spending while helping you reach your financial goals by automating some of your…

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The Best no fee Credit Cards in Canada

The best travel credit cards and best cash back credit cards in Canada are extremely popular, but most of them come with an annual fee. This isn’t a big deal if you believe the benefits are worth it, but what about credit cards with no annual fee, are they any good? The short answer is…

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the credit cards I use

The Credit Cards I Use

Quite often people ask me what credit cards I use. It’s not a weird question since I love talking about credit cards, so it’s only natural that I share what’s in my wallet. I actually wrote this post back in January of 2015, but it’s time for a much-needed update. It’s been 3 years since…

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ofx review canada

OFX Review Canada | The best way to transfer money internationally

Finding the best way to transfer money internationally isn’t always the easiest thing to do. Sure, you could easily go to your bank and send an international money transfer, but you could get hit with some serious fees. You would have to pay to make the transfer (the recipient may also pay a fee) and…

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KOHO VS STACK

KOHO vs. STACK | Battle of the prepaid credit cards

Over the last two years, KOHO and STACK have become quite the players when it comes to prepaid credit cards in Canada. It’s really no surprise since both of them offer low or no fees, rewards, referral bonuses, and access to two of the largest credit networks in the world. The question is, which one…

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travel fees to avoid

Travel Fees and Charges to Avoid

I love to travel, but I absolutely hate the fees and charges that can come up. It’s a bit ridiculous when you think about it. There are more than a few things that are designed to get more money from travellers. It may not seem like a lot at first, but once you start adding…

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