As your teens move into independence, one of the most significant gifts you can give your children is the knowledge of how to stay on top of their finances and manage their money.
Teaching your kids about money is one of the most important responsibilities as a parent. There are six money lessons that they need to know.
Not sure what to do when your credit card expires? Getting your new card is often an easy process, but beware of potential fraud opportunities and outdated vendor payments.
Teach your children the basics of money management this summer with five fun financial literacy activities for kids.
The Canadian government has announced changes to the Canada Emergency Response Benefit, including extending the program by eight weeks for a maximum eligibility period of 24 weeks.
For the fixed-income portion of your portfolio, consider this investment approach. It won’t lock in all your money for the long term.
The grace period for COVID-19 mortgage and credit card deferrals, property tax payments, and other financial relief measures are coming to an end.
Because of the uncertainty around how the pandemic will play out, it’s a good idea to get proactive about your savings strategy.
Learn what financial aid is available to seniors through Canada’s COVID-19 Economic Response Plan.
National Bank customers can now send money abroad easily, conveniently, and for a low fee, through International Transfer by Mastercard and Interac.