Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
The first step in protecting yourself against fraud is knowing to recognize various types of fraud and be aware of the techniques that fraudsters use.
Debit cards can be targeted by criminals who use complex tactics to capture your personal information. Make sure that you authorized all the transactions listed on your account statement.
Anyone can be a victim of financial crime, but when it comes to financial abuse and fraud, seniors are one of the most targeted groups. Protect yourself, or your loved ones, by taking a few simple steps.
FLM celebrates its 5th anniversary! Find out everything you need to know about this year’s edition, as well as its history and accomplishments.
Help raise awareness about FLM 2015! This promotional toolkit offers you everything you need to effectively promote FLM and the importance of financial literacy in your community.
Find events taking place throughout November designed to help you strengthen your financially literacy and reach your financial goals.
Take action to support the National Strategy for Financial Literacy—Count me in, Canada by rallying yourself behind the strategy’s goals and priorities.
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Find resources, events, tools and information on budgeting, money management, insurance, saving, investing, and taxes offered by various organizations across Canada, year round.
Measure your financial skills and knowledge and find relevant resources to improve the management of your personal finances.
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Financial Consumer Agency of Canada (FCAC)