Stacie Hurst is an editor at Finder, specializing in a wide range of topics including stock trading, money transfers, loans, banking products, online shopping and streaming. She has a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology and Writing, and she completed one year of law school in the United States before deciding to pursue a career in the publishing industry. When not working, Stacie can usually be found watching K-dramas or playing games with her friends and family.
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How to Start a Business: An 8 Step Guide to Starting a Business in Canada
From making a business plan to getting funding and insurance coverage, we walk you through what you need to know about starting your own business in Canada.
Benefits, costs and limits of overdraft protection in Canada
Overdraft protection means you don't pay high NSF fees if you overspend. But overdraft limits and fees still apply.
Opening a bank account for a club, nonprofit or community organization
Most big banks offers discounted plans to help your club, nonprofit or community organization run smoothly.
Business bank accounts for non-Canadian residents
Foreign businesses can manage Canadian funds with a multicurrency spending account offered by an international transfer service.
Best no-fee chequing accounts in 2023
These free Canadian bank accounts come with $0 monthly fees. Many also offer free transactions and e-transfers.
Best bank promotions in Canada for June 2023
Earn cash, rewards points, bonus interest rates and more with these new bank account offers and promotions.
Debit cards with no foreign transaction fees in Canada
Avoid or lower your international transaction fees when shopping online or travelling overseas.
Opening a bank account without proof of address in Canada
Digital bank accounts are easy to open with government-issued ID. You may not need additional proof of residency.
How to open a bank account without photo ID in Canada
You need ID to open a bank account in Canada, but banks accept more forms of ID than you might think.
Can I open a bank account with bad or no credit in Canada?
Some Canadian banks run a credit check to verify your identity, but it's possible to open a bank account with no credit check.