Start planning your financial future by reviewing your credit card and bank account options before starting school in the fall.
That first year at university or college can be a money pit, but your student should know how to spend responsibly and keep a budget. Don’t pay twice for…
If you’re starting university or college in the coming days, chances are you’ll be spending a lot of money, but don’t fret! Read on for more on tricks to help you save all-year-long, and for your future…
It’s almost time to head back to school! If you’re starting a student university or college, this may be an exciting time filled with a lot of firsts – including your first credit card. But what should you be looking for in that piece of plastic? Read on to find out!
Paying for university these days isn’t cheap – and it’s not getting any more affordable. And, as the cost of tuition keeps rising, many parents are lending a hand to help pay for their child’s education. While some wouldn’t think twice about this financial arrangement, a new survey finds doing so can have long-lasting consequences for parents who should be focusing instead on their retirement funds.
Planning to leave your parents’ home? “Fleeing the nest” can be an exciting coming-of-age milestone – but it comes with bills, bills, and you guessed it, more bills. Whether you’re off to experience student housing or are a new grad looking to establish yourself, budgeting and saving skills are vital to becoming financially independent.
A post secondary education is no longer a luxury. The best way to prepare for this probably inevitable part of your children’s young adult lives is to save. The very best way to save is through a registered education savings plan (RESP).