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#FinancialFridays: Growing up and finances – what messages about money have you learned in your life?

Where did you learn about money and finances? We learn about money and how to use it from our earliest age. There are messages about money all around us. From watching those closest to us and how they use money to commercials that are streamed into our minds through tv,

#FinancialFridays: Are you a senior on a fixed income? This post is for you!

If you’re 60 years or older and you’re living on a fixed income, this video provides valuable information on Federal financial support through the Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS). Please note that the eligibility criteria for the 2020 tax year has changed since the preparation of this video. Please see cut-off

#FinancialFridays: Wanting to save for your child’s education but not sure where to start?

Would you like to save for your child’s education but struggle to find space on a tight budget? The Canada Learning Bond can help. Many people have heard of the matching program, the Canada Education Savings Grant, but are not aware of the Canada Learning Bond. This program does not

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