Nov 20, 2018
Many people struggle to deal with financial planning and debt, leading to high levels of stress and anxiety. Struggling with your finances can affect all parts of your life, and it can be hard to reach your life goals when you are dealing with such a burden. If financial planning or debt is affecting you, then you are not alone. Canadians have more debt than ever before, and half of all Canadians couldn’t meet their financial obligations if their paycheck were delayed by even one week.
November is Financial Literacy
Month in Canada. On today’s episode, I discuss how
The Financial Consumer Agency of
raising awareness and educating people so that they can increase
their financial acumen. I share my thoughts on the fundamental life
skill that you need and how creating an effective financial plan
can help you get out of debt. I also reveal how you can begin to
invest in your financial well-being, make a budget, and start a
“When you understand what’s important to do, how you are doing it, and how to move ahead - you can tackle anything.” - Tracey Bissett
This Week on Young Money:
How to take control of your finances:
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