The push in the new year is to set New Year’s resolutions, and often the focus is on losing weight or earning more money. I would like to advocate becoming more financially fit. We should shed debt that weighs down our energy and bank account. Clarity gives access to action, so having an “accounting” of […]
Know your Dough
Are you ready to get started on your own personal Money Project?
Managing money is essential to success in life. Whether you need help planning for big life things like your education or moving out of your parent’s basement, or small things like saving for that trip to Mexico, we’re here to help. We have a plethora of smart money advice but also act as your portal to other money management information online.It feels good to know your dough.
with our Tools
Need Help? We have the toolsGet Started
Funding Your Education
Want to know how you can fund that University education the smart way?
We have advice on grants, scholarships, student loans and more! Click below to find out more.
Articles & News
For much of the 20th century, many economists assumed people behaved rationally and in their own self-interest. If a person goes to the store and is deciding between two otherwise identical kinds of toilet paper? They’ll buy the cheaper one. If someone makes an offer to buy your house? You’ll do the math to figure out if the price is enough to justify the cost of a move, and take or reject the offer. Right?
Well, maybe not…
A recent survey found more than half of Canadians are a couple hundred dollars away from not being able to pay their bills. With debt saddling so many families there is a growing push to teach kids about money early, by teaching financial literacy in the classroom.
Overall, millennials are well-equipped to succeed in the workforce. But there’s one caveat — millennials have poor financial literacy. According to the July report, that could hold millennials back.