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According to Statistics Canada, gift giving is a billion-dollar industry and consumers are paying for it well into the new year. Here are some money-saving tips to control spending and think like Scrooge.

Check out these age-appropriate activities for financial literacy month

Any time is a good time to look at your personal finances. But since November is financial literacy month in Canada, why not take the opportunity to cross one money goal off your to-do list?

You’ve already done your homework from Part 1 and have the foundation ready to prepare a comprehensive financial plan. Now, Part 2 explains how to make, implement and monitor that plan.

Comprehensive financial planning encompasses all aspects of financial, and even non-financial affairs, irrespective of how the markets perform. Learn how you can gain peace of mind about your financial future.

Deciding how much allowance to give a child is a personal decision, but we’ve compiled the statistics on what other parents are dishing out, as a handy reference.

It’s tough enough to get kids in the habit of saving money for a specific goal — let alone putting cash aside for a rainy day. As always, experience is the finest teacher.

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