Financial Literacy Month – 10th anniversary
Tips and tools to understand your finances
This year, Financial Literacy Month will aim to help Canadians learn how to manage their finances in challenging times.
Keep track of your money
Making a budget will help you stick to a spending plan and stay on top of your finances.
Minimize debt: borrow only what you need
If you must borrow money, understand the cost of debt and have a plan to pay it back.
Reassess your financial goals
During challenging times, it may be necessary to reassess your financial goals.
Protect yourself from financial fraud
Protect yourself from fraudsters who prey on peoples' fears and misinformation about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Set up an emergency fund
If you can, set aside some money to pay for unexpected expenses and avoid taking on more debt.
Understand financial products and services
Know your rights and the rules for your financial products and services.
Tools and resources
Money management tips
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