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Toronto police and financial institutions team up to teach financial literacy

Corey Brehaut and Eric Wickham

Originally posted to Humber News

November is financial literacy month in Canada, and Toronto police held the #FinLit4U event Thursday at Humber College. 208 more words


It can buy me a boat

I’ve been thinking a lot about money lately. November is Financial Literacy Month, and once again my company, Empire Life, is issuing a challenge: to take action this month on the one thing you need to do to feel better about your financial health. 351 more words

5 Things to Think About For Financial Literacy Month

Did you know that November is Financial Literacy Month in Canada?

Financial literacy month is here to help Canadian become more educated about their financial situations, enabling them to manage their money and debt levels, plan for their futures, and protect themselves from fraud and financial abuse. 755 more words

WealthyU: Financial Fundamentals To Get You Fiscally Fit

April is National Financial Literacy Month and America’s Wealth Coach, Deborah Owens, appeared on NewsOne Now to share a few financial fundamentals to help get you fiscally fit. 233 more words

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Money habits: Keep up the momentum

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 30, keep up the momentum. You didn’t come this far in life to give up. Now that you have engaged in a constant activity over the past 29 days, it’s up to you to continue to stretch out your comfort zone. 196 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz

In Financial Literacy Training, One Size Does Not Fit All

By Sara Wilson:

As we wrap up this Financial Literacy Month, let’s take a look at how two different types of schools are taking different approaches to teaching their students about wise money management. 667 more words

Best Practices

Money habits: Leave a legacy

April is Financial Literacy Month

Day 29, share your experience.  There are times when people feel alone and no one can relate to their tribulations.  That’s not necessarily true. 220 more words

Bahiyah Shabazz