Entries for category "personal-finance"

Leasing and financing are the two methods by which most people purchase a new car. Both involve making monthly payments, and in both cases an outside company has a stake in the vehicle. This means that they have an interest in protecting that vehicle, and it does relate to how your car is insured...

With spring in the air buying a new home might be on your agenda. If you’re in the market for a house, there are a lot of things to consider when checking out listings. Buyers need to think about more than just square footage, price, and lot size; before you make an offer, make sure...

Most consumers making any big purchase will undoubtedly comparison shop prices. This is definitely the case when it comes to the second most expensive purchase most consumers will make aside from their home – a new car. The difficulty is that it can be an intimidating and time consuming process. The old fashion way of buying a new car for most people involves spending their evenings and weekends driving between different dealerships and negotiating with sales...

How many credit cards do you have in your wallet? Statistics show that on average Canadians have 3 credit cards. Initially, the credit card was a pure banking product whereas today it can carry a multitude of benefits. Unfortunately, most people are unsure about benefits or protection provided with their...

To help you make an informed decision about the type of credit card you use, we’ve added a credit card comparison tool on InsuranceHotline.com, which allows you to compare credit cards and the insurance coverage each card...

When the snow flies, buying a new car might be the last thing a lot of people are thinking about doing; but, this is the number one reason why you should hit the dealers and look for a new ride. Buying a new car...

If you’re purchasing a new or used car, there is a 95% chance that you’ll be financing the car. There are many options available to you – from auto manufacturer and bank loans to personal lines of credit. Alternatively, there are leasing options available that offer cheaper monthly payments than regular loans...