Lead Projects: Finances & Funding

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Taxes for International Students

21Feb201913:45
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16:15

Are you an international student who is filing their first income tax return? Do you wonder what needs to be reported during your first year's tax return? Would you like to learn more about Québec...

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Managing Your Debt

24Jan201918:30
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20:30

This workshop will cover the ins and outs of credit cards, various types of loans, and the benefits of debt consolidation.

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Budgeting & Expense Planning

22Jan201918:30
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20:30

This workshop primarily focuses on how to create and maintain a reasonable budget given your income level. It covers the main pitfalls of improper budgeting and will show you ways to stay on track.

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Introduction to Investing

31Jan201918:30
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20:30

Do TFSAs, RRSPs, GICs, and ETFs sound like a foreign language? Do you equate investing in the stock market to a game of chance?

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Credit Scores & Identity Theft

29Jan201918:30
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20:30

This workshop will review the importance of credit scores and ways to boost them. You will learn how to obtain free credit reports and how improving your credit score can potentially save you...

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Housing II

15Nov201818:30
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20:30

Under what circumstances do you have to pay HST and LTT when purchasing a home? Learn about various fees that realtors rarely mention, the difference between FRM, ARM, and VRM, as well as the...

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Housing I

13Nov201818:30
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20:30

Do you wonder whether it makes more financial sense to buy or rent? Wondering what the true costs of home ownership are?

Financial Skills for the Real World Series: Introduction to Investing

9Oct201818:30
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20:30

Do TFSAs, RRSPs, GICs, and ETFs sound like a foreign language? Do you equate investing in the stock market to a game of chance?

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