Canadian Financial Literacy Database Canadian Financial Literacy Database

From Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

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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

Couples and Money: When Love, Marriage, and Money Come Together

You know the old saying: “First comes love, then comes marriage . . .” Unfortunately, however, many newly-married couples start their new lives strapped with debt. Get help with this tough subject with our handy guide.

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, Financial planning, General, Saving and investing

Target audience: General public


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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

Smart Tips: Helping the next generation spend smart

The e-book Smart Tips: Helping the next generation ‘spend smart’ is intended to help parents and caregivers find ways to make the money talk fun and engaging.

Topics: Budgeting and money management, Credit and debt management, General, Saving and investing

Target audience: Parents


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FCNB


Contact:
Marissa Sollows
506 643-7853

"Boiler room" scams - Could you be vulnerable?

Fraud and scams

Topics: Fraud, Saving and investing

Target audience: General public


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Canadian Securities Administrators


Contact:
CSA Secretariat
(514) 864-9510

"Retirement Literacy"

As financial products and services become increasingly complex, it is more important than ever that you learn about how to plan and save for your retirement. Being proactive today in financial planning can make a big difference to your financial security and quality of life in the future. The...

Topics: Retirement and pensions

Target audience: General public, Seniors


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ACPM


Contact:
Ric Marrero
(416) 964-1260 ext 223

"Save for their future" infographic

Learn how to get money for your child's education.

Topics: Saving and investing

Target audience: Parents


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SmartSAVER


Contact:
Kaila Basilij (Program Director, SmartSAVER)
1 (855) 737-7252

(Investment) CSA Fund Facts Interactive tool

Fund Facts documents are written in plain language that highlights key information about a mutual fund that CSA research has identified as important to investors. Dealers are required to deliver the Fund Facts document to mutual fund investors within two days of purchase.

Topics: Financial planning, Saving and investing

Target audience: General public


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AMF Quebec


Contact:
Camille Beaudoin, représentant de l'AMF aux ACVM
(418) 525-0337

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