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Canadian Financial Literacy Database

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Budget Builder

A budget allows you to take control of your money by tracking how much you're taking in (income) and how much you're spending (expenses). Working with a budget will enable you to plan for future purchases and achieve your financial goals. It might sound like a lot of work but it's easy and the results are definitely worthwhile. By spending just a bit of time creating a budget you can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars a year.

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Topics: Banking, Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, Financial planning, Fraud, General, Insurance, Mortgages and loans, Retirement and pensions, Rights and responsibilities, Saving and investing, Taxes

Language(s): English
French

Fee: Free

Type: Book / workbook / worksheet / glossary
Calculator / tool
Educational program
Publication / tip sheet / brochure
Website

Format: Online
Print / PDF

Target audience: Employees
General public
Newcomers
Parents
Seniors
Students
Unemployed / underemployed
Women
Young adults

Knowledge level: Introductory

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Life event: Family finances

Resources specific to Alberta
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Newfoundland and Labrador
Northwest Territories
Nova Scotia
Nunavut
Ontario
Prince Edward Island
Quebec
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Yukon

Consolidated Credit Counseling Services of Canada Inc.


Contact:
Benjamin Allen
1-800-656-4120 ext: 1030

Volunteers accepted: No

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