Issue 3, 2015
Five money mistakes common to post-secondary students
At college and university orientation events, representatives from major credit card companies offer free stuff if you sign up with them — they know many students won’t make their payments on time.
Credit ratings – are you making the grade?
We all have a credit score – a number between 300 and 900 used to help judge our financial reliability. Yet, few Canadians know their credit rating, understand how it’s created or know how to change it.
Changes to the UCCB can help boost RESP savings
Raising a family can be an expensive endeavour. To help Canadians subsidize some of the costs associated with raising children, the federal government has introduced changes to the Universal Child Care Benefit (UCCB) support program.
The value of advice
When it comes to your financial well-being, working with a professional may be the difference between achieving your financial goals and falling short.