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    United States Dollar-Best Exchange Rates Comparison for Canadian Banks and Currency Converter,CAD,USD,Forex,RBC,BMO,HSBC,TD
  • The Best Way to Exchange Foreign Currency
    When you exchange foreign currency it is important to find the cheapest and best way to exchange currency This post evaluates all of your options for buying foreign currency
  • Converting Euros To Dollars In Canada
    As a result of a recent trip, I have a number of euros that I wanted to convert to Canadian dollars I thought it would be interesting to take a look at different options to convert the money and determine what the different conversion rates are and if it is worthwhile to try to get a lower rate
  • Canadian credit cards that waive foreign currency . . .
    Most credit cards charge a 2 5% transaction fee on top of the exchange rate on US-dollar and other foreign currency transactions There are a few credit cards that currently do not charge this fee; they are all Chase-issued cards:
  • Home Trust Preferred Visa Review - Money We Have
    Ever since Chase closed all their accounts in Canada, there has been much debate about which is the best credit card with no foreign transaction fees Although there are quite a few cards to choose from, there’s no clear winner since every card has different features which appeal to some, but not all
  • A Free Adjusted-Cost Base (ACB) Capital Gains Tracker . . .
    @Slacker: I thought about that but I think one concern would be how to obtain exchange data The Bank of Canada website has it but I’m not sure if it can be freely reused

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