Canadian Financial Literacy Database 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...

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

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


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Consolidated Credit Counseling Services of Canada Inc.


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

How Many Ways Can You Borrow Money?

Methods of borrowing money were not made equal. If they were made equal, there wouldn’t be so many methods! So, the question becomes, how exactly can money be borrowed? In this article, we will explore the many ways in which money can be borrowed thereby helping you achieve your financial and...

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

Target audience: Aboriginal peoples, Educators, Employees, Entrepreneurs, General public, Newcomers, Parents, Persons with disabilities, Persons with low income, Seniors, Students, Unemployed / underemployed, Women, Young adults, Youth / youth at risk


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My Rate Compass


Contact:
My Rate Compass
416-841-6615

All About Credit

Everything you need to know about credit in Canada.

Topics: Credit and debt management, Financial planning, General, Rights and responsibilities

Target audience: Educators, Employees, Entrepreneurs, General public, Newcomers, Seniors, Students, Unemployed / underemployed, Women, Young adults, Youth / youth at risk


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Consolidated Credit Counseling Services of Canada Inc.


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

Learn These 5 Tips To Protect Yourself from Financial Fraud

How do you protect yourself from financial fraud? One of the most common types of financial fraud is identity theft. Someone steals your personal identifying information to access your credit card or bank accounts. It’s the type of financial fraud that can drive you to bankruptcy.

Topics: Banking, Budgeting and money management, Covid-19, Credit and debt management, Fraud, General finance topics, Rights and responsibilities

Target audience: Educators, Employees, Entrepreneurs, Indigenous peoples, Parents, Persons with disabilities, Persons with low income, Seniors, Students, The general public, The unemployed / underemployed, Women, Young adults


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Allan Marshall & Associates


Contact:
Scott Marshall, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
1-888-371-8900

A Telphone for Luke

Students apply legal provisions to analyze a case involving a cell phone contract and calculate the maximum cancellation penalty that a cell phone service supplier can charge.

Topics: General, Rights and responsibilities

Target audience: Educators


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Office de la protection du consommateur, Québec


Contact:
Service des communications et de l'éducation
1 (888) 672-2556

À vos amours, à vos affaires, Tome 1

*Only available in French* Brochure et fiches d’information WEB visant à susciter chez les couples la réflexion et les échanges sur la dimension économique de leur vie à deux.

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, Insurance, Rights and responsibilities

Target audience: General public, Parents, Persons with low income, Young adults


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ACEF Rive-Sud de Québec


Contact:
Mélanie Rioux
(418) 835-6633

À vos sous! Prêts? Partez

Available in French only

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, Rights and responsibilities

Target audience: Students, Young adults, Youth/youth at risk


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ACEF Lanaudière


Contact:
L. Dalpé
(450) 756-1333

ACEF Montérégie-est

Available only in French Possibilité de prévention en matière de finances personnelles sous la forme d'ateliers et de conférence. Intervention en cas de difficultés financières (pauvreté, perte d'emploi, séparation, surendettement etc) Accompagnement en défense de droit des consommateurs et...

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

Target audience: Aboriginal peoples, Educators, Employees, General public, Newcomers, Parents, Persons with low income, Seniors, Students, Unemployed / underemployed, Women, Young adults, Youth / youth at risk


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Association coopérative d'économie familiale Montérégie-est


Contact:
ACEF-ME
1 (888) 375-1443

Ask a Trustee: How to Choose the Right Professional

In this webinar we discuss how to choose the right professional that can best help you with your debt. This Ask a Trustee webinar is one hour in total and really addresses key concepts like non-profit vs business, Credit Counsellor or Licensed Insolvency Trustee and more

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, Fraud, General, Rights and responsibilities

Target audience: Educators, Employees, Entrepreneurs, General public, Indigenous peoples, Newcomers, Parents, Persons with disabilities, Persons with low income, Seniors, Students, Unemployed / underemployed, Women, Young adults, Youth / youth at risk


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Bromwich & Smith Inc.


Contact:
Taz Rajan
18005167417 ext 298

Auto Finance: Market Trends

This report evaluates trends and issues in Canada’s auto finance market. It focuses on the risks posed to consumers by non-prime loans and car loans with terms in excess of five years (i.e., extended-term loans), such as negative equity, buying too much car, and the auto-debt treadmill.

Topics: General, Mortgages and loans, Rights and responsibilities, Saving and investing

Target audience: General public


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Financial Consumer Agency of Canada


Contact:
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
(866) 461-3222

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