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Student Debt

Father and daughter doing homework together, and he's wondering how much debt is normal for his age

Debt

How much debt is normal in Canada? We break it down by age

Do Canadians really owe $1.84 for every $1 they earn? For some, yes. And for others, even more. Where...

How much debt is normal in Canada? We break it down by age
A young woman, who was just able to afford to live on her own, is hosting dinner to her friends in the kitchen of her new pad.

Making It

How to afford moving out as a student or young adult

How to afford moving out as a student or young adult
Two young men are in the library, using the computers as they're smiling. Why? Because they're not stressed about money and they've budgeted well.

Making It

How to manage money as a student

How to manage money as a student

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6 money-saving tips for post-secondary students

6 money-saving tips for post-secondary students

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A student walking out of a building, thinking about his financial situation

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Financial aid guide for university and college students in Canada

Financial aid guide for university and college students in Canada

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Student Money: How to pay for school and have a life—a guide for students and parents

Student Money: How to pay for school and have a life—a guide for students and parents

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Ages 18+: Teaching your adult child about paying for school

Ages 18+: Teaching your adult child about paying for school
Kristine Beese in front of a mural saying "Believe We Can"

My MoneySense

Untangled Money’s Kristine Beese on why financial plans aren’t gender-neutral

Kristine Beese, founder and CEO of Untangle Money, has redesigned financial planning with women’s needs in mind. We asked...

Untangled Money’s Kristine Beese on why financial plans aren’t gender-neutral

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Three friends celebrating after they each created their own budgets

Budgeting

How to create a monthly budget: A step-by-step guide for Canadians

How to create a monthly budget: A step-by-step guide for Canadians

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