Financial literacy and planning tools flourish on the internet. The links below will lead you to some of them:
Financial Consumer Agency of Canada: financial literacy web portal at themoneybelt.gc.ca
Practical Money Skills: several resouces at practicalmoneyskills.ca
Interactive Financial Education Program: The City: A Financial Life Skill Resource.
Financial Health Calculator: www.russell.com/ca/retirement/my_retirement/RFHI.html#ep
TD Canada’s Money Lounge on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TDMoneyLoungeCanada
CSA’s Financial Fitness Challenge: financialfitnesschallenge.ca/pages/home/lang:eng/id:fre
iPhone Apps for Managing Money: Your iPhone becomes even more valuable when you add some money-conscious apps. Visit this link to find ones that will help you track and save your money. www.apple.com/channel/iphone/iphone-4/verizon/apps.html
Saving Penny: This informative video series from Sympatico will help you understand the financial impact of common decisions. yourmoney.ca/saving_penny/
Credit Counselling Society of British Columbia (CCSBC): nomoredebts.org.
Get Smarter About Money: Financial tools, quizzes and calculators. http://www.getsmarteraboutmoney.ca/tools-and-calculators/quizzes/default.aspx
My Money $ My Future: The website offers a quiz to see if you are “a saver or a spender”, a debt calculator, and helpful tips on saving and earning. http://www.mymoneymyfuture.ca/
Your Money: This website from the Canadian Banker’s Association offers resources for teachers, parents, and students. http://www.yourmoney.cba.ca/
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