Budgeting and personal finance can be tricky, but it doesn’t have to be! Here you’ll be able to find some great resource to help you take control of your money. From virtual events to blog posts to budget calculators, we’ve got everything you need to feel confident about your financial future!
Financial Literacy Resources
Check out past virtual presentations, blog posts, and short videos on personal finance! Our Money Minis short video series was put together by Canadian best-selling author Rob Brown, and provides useful tips in only a couple minutes.
Our budget calculator is great for you to start building a budget for your time at school. Simply put in your income and expenses and the budget calculator does the math for you! You can customize the calculator for 4, 8, or 12 months depending on the length of your school year.
Learn some budgeting tips for your time at school! We have step by step instructions on how to start your budget and some tips on how to keep your costs down.
Check out some useful external resources for you to continue learning about your finances.
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Tuesday, November 22, 2022
You’ve probably heard of the importance of having an emergency fund. ‘Have an emergency fund’, they said. ‘It’ll be fun’, they said. Well maybe nobody has said that, but that doesn’t take away from the importance of having one, even as a student. Why do I need an emergency fund as a student? Having...
Tuesday, November 15, 2022
Random Facts About Squirrels that Explain Investment Tips
There are 22 types of squirrels in Canada In fact, there are about 285 species of squirrels around the world. This makes squirrels one of the most diverse mammals found in the modern era. And when you're investing, you want to be a squirrel collector: you want to have diversity. Suppose you have a...