||These tools will help you become more money savvy. |
History of Money – Timeline to show the evolution of money
Saving and Budgeting – How do you build wealth? First, create a budget or plan for saving and spending. Then set goals and track your spending.
Sales and Discounts – Learn how sales and discounts can help you save money.Then practice shopping within a budget.
Taxes and Tips – Learn how to calculate taxes and reduce the taxes you pay.
Accumulated Value of Savings – Understand the power of building up savings – and compounding interest – over time.
Exploring Cheques – Identify the features in a cheque and the role financial institutions play in the transference of funds.
Penny Saver - Make small adjustments in your spending and save easily
Credit Score - Shop ,shop, shop and find out what your credit card bill will look like
Gazillionaire – Like monopoly with Star Wars characters – but much more addictive, says one reviewer.
More multimedia tools and fun activities
Tax tips for students – Find out about the many provisions that exist to help students with the various expenses associated with obtaining a post-secondary education.
12 ways to cut spending – The dollars you save today really add up over time. Use these tips to cut spending and start saving.
Credit do’s and don'ts – Lots of places will lend you money but there’s always a cost: the interest you pay. Use these tips to help limit that interest.
Safety tips for banking and investing online – When you bank and invest online, take steps to keep your financial information safe.
Make It Your Biz Niz! – Buy an iPod, travel, pay for studies after high school – learn how to save and invest for the things that matter to you.
Your Money Network – tools and information to help you use money and credit wisely.
Youth and Money – You and your friends may have money to spend – but do you know how to use it wisely? Explore the results of a 2009 survey of 400 students. Read now