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Experts believe that how we handle finances is shaped by the age of seven – and board games and apps can help. The cost of a mortgage or rents, meeting monthly ...Read More
When Laura van Vlaardingen opens her mailbox, it’s not unusual to find a “pre-approved” credit card promising as much as $10,000 in credit inside. Like many students, Ms. van Vlaardingen, 27, who is studying for a bachelor of business administration at ...More
Comparison of developed nations show Ontario teens near the top of the class in PISA test results. Canadian teens earn high rankings in financial literacy — including in Ontario, where changes to the curriculum have paid off in the latest round ...More
The days following the release of a provincial budget are a good time to speak to your children about finances, says Gary Rabbior, president of the Canadian Foundation for Economic Education (CFEE). “At an early stage, get them recognizing they ...More
Do you think your children will be ready to deal with financial matters when they enter the workforce? If you're not so sure, you've got company. Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada (CPA Canada) completed a survey of over 1,000 Canadians in 2014, ...More
Almost everyone has some kind of pet at some point in their lives – a dog, a cat, a turtle, a hamster, … do you have a pet? If you do, like most people you likely really care about your pet. He ...More
Each of us makes many decisions every day – what to wear, what to eat, what to do with our time, what show to watch, … the list could go on and on. But how often do we think about how we ...More
The Talk with our Kids About Money Day program is expanding internationally. For more information, or to request the program be implemented in your country, please contact us.
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