The Ontario government has announced that starting in September 2019 it will be mandatory for grade 10 student to learn about financial literacy.
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.
Prepaid credit cards are the next big thing among Canada’s big banks, who are touting them as a risk-free way to shop online, teach kids about credit use, and securely replace cash. However, they come with a healthy helping of fees. Here’s what you should know.
A recent BDO poll finds just over half of Canadians are lying about finances, especially those in the middle-aged demographic. Why all the deception? Read on for the full story.
It’s important to foster a sense of charity and giving in kids – especially as they’re surrounded by messages of consumerism and the value of “stuff”. Guest poster and pro mom blogger Désirée Fawn of SoFawned.com shares how she encourages the charitable spirit within her own family.
They say wisdom comes with age – but sometimes our cognitive abilities can decline, leaving us more financially vulnerable than we realize. A study finds the financial literacy capacity of seniors diminishes over time, as right brain thinking becomes more prevalent.
November is Financial Literacy Month, and we’re kicking it off with a themed Money Wise week full of money management tips.
Financial Literacy Month: November marks this nation-wide initiative. Looking to involve your kids? Here are a few ways to teach financial literacy at home.
With school starting up just around the corner, it’s a great time to focus on financial literacy with your kids – but a recent ING study shows more families could be hitting the books. Read on for a handy breakdown of age-appropriate finance lessons, and give your kids a head start in personal finance smarts.
Finance lessons for kids that will promote financial literacy in your home, for all ages.