Mom, do you make more than Dad? Kids will naturally have questions about who earns what in the household – here’s how to effectively talk with them about money matters.
Do you have the financial literacy retirement skills you need to successfully retire? A majority of Canadians don’t according to a survey. Here are the top areas of concern, and how you can turn your retirement reality around.
What are the biggest financial challenges facing post secondary students, and how can they better prepare for their futures? Money Wise caught up with Globe and Mail personal finance columnist and author Rob Carrick, who recently wrote a book on student financial literacy. Read on for his take on student employment, savings strategies and smart debt repayment.
November is Financial Literacy Month, and we’re kicking it off with a themed Money Wise week full of money management tips.
Moving to a new country is overwhelming enough – with all the cultural and linguistic challenges faced by newcomers, sorting out finances may often be pushed to the back burner. Here’s what new Canadians need to know about setting up Canadian money management and build credit history.
Have important finance questions? Join the RateSupermarket.ca Financial Literacy Twitter Party this Friday, November 8 from 12 – 1 p.m.! Editor Penelope will be on hand to chat about the top financial challenges facing Canadians, and we have some fabulous PRIZES for 5 lucky attendees!
In celebration of Financial Literacy Month, RateSupermarket.ca offers their top tips for controlling your credit card, and paying down your balance.
This November marks the second annual financial literacy month. Across Canada, events are being held to improve Canadians’ financial skill sets. Check out our resources for getting involved and improving your financial knowledge.