NC (Scott McGillivray) Children are never too young to learn basic financial skills. The earlier you start, and the more you teach them, the easier it will be for them to navigate the complexities of personal finance as they grow up. While some schools are now adding financial literacy into the curriculum, there’s an important role for parents to play in teaching kids how to manage their money. Here are some ways you can help your kids become financially literate.
(NC) As housing prices rise, homeowners may look to income from a rented suite to help carry a mortgage. This can be a great strategy if you follow the rules and are well-prepared for being a landlord. Here are five key things to know.
(NC) A recent survey found one fifth of Canadians feel businesses should protect consumers against financial fraud. It’s important for consumers and businesses to work with their financial institution to help identify and prevent fraudulent activity. Here are some things for businesses and consumers to consider when using debit and credit cards: