Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
Financial abuse can take many shapes.
Protect yourself and your loved ones by recognizing the signs of financial abuse against seniors.
Budget for student life.
Make the most of your post-secondary experience.
Considering a cash advance?
Remember that interest is charged starting on the day you withdraw cash with your credit card.
Learning doesn’t end in the classroom.
Teach your children about money.
Access Government of Canada priorities.
What is the best way to choose and use a credit card?
Are you shopping around for a mortgage?
Do you have a realistic budget?
Which bank accounts are right for you?
July 7, 2016
Seven tips to stay on top of your finances during a postal service disruption
June 21, 2016
Financial Literacy Leader seeks candidates for national steering committee
June 8, 2016
Map your pathway towards buying an affordable car
March 15, 2016
Sharing your #PIN could cost you big bucks #FPM2016 #ItPaysToKnow
March 08, 2016
FCAC releases research report highlighting risks of extended-term car loans for Canadian consumers