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Whether you are trying to put a new household budget in place, applying for a mortgage or consumer loan, saving for your children’s education or your own retirement, trying to reduce your taxes or just want to be able to balance your chequebook, we have resources to help you get started.
Books
  • Cash Credit and Your Future  (332.024 Cas)
  • Dave Ramsey’s Complete Guide to Money (332.024 Ram)
    This book will teach you how money works. It’s easy to read and ultra practical with the information you need, like how to save, budget, dump debt, invest and plan for college and retirement.
  • Earn Spend Save (332.02400820971 Ver)
    The savy guide to a richer, smarter, debt-free life.
  • Family Inc (332.024 McCo)
    Using business principles to maximize your family’s wealth.
  • Financially Ever After (332.024008655 OPD)
    A couple’s guide to managing money
  • Gimme My Money Back (332.024 Vel)
    ,”Your guide to beating the financial crisis.”
  • Hustle Away Debt: Eliminate Your Debt By Making More Money (332.02401 Car)
    The premise of this book is to do “side hustles” (part time jobs or a way to make more money) to eliminate your debt.
  • If You Had a Million Dollars (332.024 McFa)
    This author aims to answer questions about your money and your life
  • Loaded: Money, Psychology And How To Get Ahead Without Leaving Your Values Behind (332.024 New)
    A must read for anyone who finds themselves caught between the desire to thrive financially and the complex emotions and conflicting priorities that money so often brings to our lives.
  • Managing Your Personal Finances with Quicken  (332.02400285536 QUICK-N)
  • Millennial Money : How Young Investors Can Build A Fortune (332.6 Osh)
    Having come of age in the worst economic environment since the Great Depression, millennials are skeptical of the stock market and other seemingly “risky” investments. But millennials have an opportunity to reap huge rewards by investing intelligently and starting early.
  • Mindful Money (332.024 DeY)
    Simple practices for reaching your financial goals and increasing your happiness dividend.
  • No More Mac  (332.02400842 And)
    The real world guide to managing your money for 20-somethings.
  • Pay It Down!: From Debt to Wealth on $10 a Day (332.02402 CHA)
  • Simple Money (332.024 Mau)
    A no-nonsense guide to personal finance.
  • The Complete Book of Money Secrets (332.02400971 COM)
  • The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Managing Your Money (332.024 HEA)
  • The Couple’s Guide To Financial Compatibility (332.024 Mot)
    Avoid fights about spending and saving and build a happy and secure future together.
  • The Index Card (332.024 Ole)
    Why personal finance doesn’t have to be complicated.
  • The Millionaire Mystique (332.02401 Bur)
    Based on a unique 3 year study of nearly 200 self-made millionaires, this book uncovers the surprising secrets, individual stories and pivotal career decisions of successful and happy millionaire women.
  • The One-Page Financial Plan (332.024 Ric)
    This book will help you identify what you truly want from life, get crystal clear about your financial position you are starting from today, and develop a simple actionable plan to narrow the gap between the two.
  • The Ultimate Cheapskate’s Road Map to True Riches (332.024 Yea)
    ,”A practical and fun guide to enjoying life more by spending less,”
  • Worthy (650.1 Lev)
    Boost your self-worth to grow you net worth
  • You Only Live Once (332.024 Vit)
    The roadmap to financial wellness and a purposeful life.
Magazines & Newsletters
  • Canadian Moneysaver
    a monthly publication to help Canadians maximize their savings
  • Money
    An American monthly on general money issues
  • MoneySense
    "a magazine for Canadians who want to take financial control of their lives"
Web Sites
  • Financial Advisory
    (www.financialadvisory.com)
    Offers general information and links on financial planning and personal finance.
  • Financial Consumer Agency Of Canada
    (www.fcac-acfc.gc.ca)
    This federal agency aims to educate Canadians on all aspects of managing personal finances.
  • Financial Literacy For Canadians
    (www.cpacanada.ca/financialliteracy)
    The Chartered Professional Accountants of Canada has created a website with information, tools and resources to strengthen the financial capability of Canadians.
  • Financial Post Personal Finance
    (www.financialpost.com/personal-finance/index.html)
    General financial planning information from the National Post’s financial section.
  • Invis: Canada's Mortgage Experts
    (invis.ca/in/home)
    An effective way of shopping for the best mortgage rate.
  • Mint.com
    (www.mint.com)
    Mint rolls all your financial accounts into one place. Set a budget, track your goals and do more with your money for free!
  • MoneySense
    (www.moneysense.ca)
    General financial planning information from MoneySense magazine.
  • MSN Money
    (money.ca.msn.com)
    General financial planning information on MSN’s Web site.
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