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When you're 17-25 managing your money can be tough! You're balancing everyday expenses while thinking about your financial future. It's a Money Thing™ resources can help you understand your grown-up piggy bank.
The stock market can be a tricky thing to understand. Understanding how trends work can help you make better decisions when it comes time to buy or sell.
Paying for university with student loans is a popular way to finance education. Consider these things before signing on the dotted line.
Your earning potential really is a balance between your career, your education, your skills, and trends in the economy.
Incorporating Prioritize, Track, Reward into your budgeting method of choice will boost your motivation while tackling your personal finance goals.
Looking to make some extra cash? The Internet offers a variety of ways to boost your income.
Compound interest means earning on your interest–you can use the Rule of 72 to approximate how long it will take for an investment to double at a given interest rate.
If you were injured or incapacitated in any way, would your loved ones be able to quickly locate your important information or know how to handle your affairs?
Home ownership typically comes with a mortgage (a home loan). Before you jump into debt, determine if buying a home or renting is the right choice for you.
The average Canadian household spends $5,880 a year on groceries. Check out this episode of It's a Money Thing for tips to help you take a bite out of your grocery bill!
Insurance is a contract in which an individual or entity receives financial protection or reimbursement against losses from an insurance company.
Simply put, inflation refers to the rate of change or increase in the average prices of goods and services usually purchased by consumers.
Your retirement will likely be the longest-term savings goal of your enitre life. The earlier you start saving, the more time your contributions have to compound and grow.