Hope everyone is enjoying the summer weather and getting some sunshine!
Tangerine is currently offering new customers the chance to get an extra $150 in bonuses simply by signing up. You can also earn 2.5% interest on new deposits. Sign up here and be sure to use my Orange Key: 42077379S1
If you prefer to stick with the big banks, here are 3 great offers for new customers:
- BMO is currently offering an incentive up to $300 for new customers. There are account fees but they can be waived by maintaining a minimum balance. Click here for more information.
- TD Canada Trust is also offering an incentive for new customers: open a chequing account and get a new Samsung Galaxy Tab4. Again – there are fees but they can be waived by maintaining a minimum account balance. Click here for more information.
- And finally – RBC is offering an iPad Mini for new accounts. Unfortunately, it looks like these fees can’t be waived. Click here for more information.
*All offers end July 31, 2014*
Here are some great articles for the weekend:
Wework wrote about the 9 secrets to staying creative – helpful tips for anyone who needs to draw on some creativity in their daily lives.
Alexis from FITnancials described how to find the perfect school for you.
Mr. CBB explained how to tackle a difficult situation – leaving children alone when you can’t afford a babysitter.
Over at Young & Thrifty, Kyle wrote about a personal finance sin I am all too aware of – buying a new car.
As we all know, the markets have been hot lately. Debt debs blogged about spending some cash on preferred shares and asks for input on where to put the money.
Here are 4 things to know when buying a distressed property from Planting Money Seeds.
I talk a lot about retiring early as it’s something I aspire too. Over at Money We Have, it turns out a large number of us don’t talk about retirement and finances nearly enough.
If you’re looking at getting insurance, you’ll want to check out the differences between disability and critical illness insurance from Big Cajun Man.
And finally – Robb from Boomer and Echo wrote about whether you need a real estate agent to sell your home.