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New Tooth Fairy Calculator App
The new Tooth Fairy Calculator app for iOS helps determine what to leave under your children's pillow.
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Plan Prom Costs
Use the free Plan'it Prom app to learn cost-saving tips, track spending, and share photos.
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Help promote financial literacy with our free educational and consumer resources.
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Be a money superhero
Join Iron Man and the Avengers in this exciting comic about saving money and saving the day.
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Teacher's Roadmap to Practical Money Skills
Learn how to navigate through the site to find classroom resources.
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Financial Soccer
The new 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil game is here. Is your financial knowledge ready for a workout?
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Practical Money Skills is a free financial literacy program to help Canadians understand the fundamentals of money management. Created by Visa, the program offers money management resources including calculators, games, and lesson plans tailored for use by Canadian families and educators.



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Heading to University
A college or university education is the ticket to success in Canada. But it's an expensive ticket, and the cost rises every year. Read more

Lesson Plans for Teachers
Teach students to make smart financial choices with Choices & Decisions: Taking charge of your financial life™. Read on

Saving for Travel
Planning your summer vacation? Discover different ways to save money so you can afford to take your dream vacation. Read on

Practical Money Matters

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Money Prep for Prospective Parents

Starting a family takes significant financial planning. Start investigation costs as early as possible. Read more

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