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Madeleine Gracie

Madeleine Gracie

Consumer advocate

Madeleine Gracie is a Communications and Campaign Specialist at Finder. She completed her Bachelor of Arts (Media and Communications) at the University of Sydney. You can contact her at madeleine.gracie@finder.com.

Latest articles by Madeleine Gracie

23 articles written by this author

Cost of convenience

New research from Finder reveals half of Canadians adults (49.92%, or 14.92 million people) spend $2,459.52 a year on conveniences like food delivery, ride-sharing and subscription boxes.

Susannah Binsted & Madeleine Gracie 30 October 2019
Cost of convenience

Should you buy or should you rent your clothing?

Have you ever considered renting a black tie dress for a special event, but wondered if it was really the best financial choice? New research from Finder reveals whether rental wardrobe services really provide bang for your buck – or if you're better off buying the item out right.

Madeleine Gracie 30 September 2019
Should you buy or should you rent your clothing?

Finder’s Starbucks Index 2019

Ever wondered how much a Starbucks tall latte costs around the world? And what does that say about the value of currency? Finder's Starbucks Index 2019 delves into the data to find out.

Susannah Binsted & Madeleine Gracie 26 September 2019
Finder’s Starbucks Index 2019

Canada’s biggest salary increases

Ever wondered which jobs have the biggest pay raises? Finder analysis of StatCan salary data across 50 occupations reveals the jobs with the biggest pay increases last year.

Madeleine Gracie 26 August 2019
Canada’s biggest salary increases

Back to school shopping comparison

Where can you find the best prices on back to school supplies? We compared three major retailers to find out.

Madeleine Gracie 6 August 2019
Back to school shopping comparison

Money transfer nerves

Finder's survey of 1,200 Canadian adults found that 22.8 million Canadians are nervous at the thought of sending $10,000 overseas.

Madeleine Gracie & Susannah Binsted 28 May 2019
Money transfer nerves

Expats in Canada and the falling loonie

A weaker loonie affects all Canadians but expats are often hit the hardest. Finder unpacks the data to find out how much money they would lose on remittances if the Canadian dollar falls.

Madeleine Gracie 15 May 2019
Expats in Canada and the falling loonie

Chasing points with credit cards

22.3 million Canadians are using their credit cards solely for the points. All up, Canada’s credit card points chasers have contributed an estimated $83.2 billion to the economy.

Madeleine Gracie 2 May 2019
Chasing points with credit cards

Personal loans statistics

From the frivolous big ticket items such as weddings and holidays, to more practical expenses, like higher education and mortgages, Finder surveyed 1,200 Canadian adults to find that 65.33%, or 19.52 million, Canadians have taken out a personal loan.

Madeleine Gracie & Susannah Binsted 23 April 2019
Personal loans statistics

How Canadians feel about the carbon tax

It's one of the hottest topics in the press right now. But what does the everyday Canadian think about the carbon tax? We surveyed 1,200 Canadian adults to find out.

Susannah Binsted & Madeleine Gracie 9 April 2019
How Canadians feel about the carbon tax
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