Education And Starving Student Life
youngandthrifty.ca argues why obtaining a degree and busting 4 years of your life to get a diploma might not be needed to achieve financial success. To each their own!
youngandthrifty.ca post on what English teachers know about financial literacy. It's less than you think. Most teacher's aren't like Andrew Hallem so teaching about financial literacy can be a problem.
youngandthrifty.ca explains what you need to do to get a career after graduation from college or university. How to get a job after graduation, how to get a job after university, how to get a job!
youngandthrifty blog explains what an RESP is and why you need it. A Registered Education Savings Plan helps you save for your child's education with the generous help of the government.
youngandthrifty.ca explains how you can start budgeting after student life once you get a real job. How to budget after graduating from college and university.
How I saved $750+ on my cable and internet bill by using my status as a student. Shaw has a great student discount on cable and internet but they don't advertise it.
6 misconceptions teenagers have about money and how to fix them.
A post on youngandthrifty about how your living arrangements (living at home, on campus, near campus) affects your post-secondary experience.
youngandthrifty shares the options students have to invest in for a TFSA. These include high interest savings accounts, GIC's, mutual funds, and trading accounts