Welcome to Money Matters!
We offer virtual financial literacy classes for kids, teens, and young adults. Money Matters is focused on the practical application of personal finance by covering topics including but not limited to:
TFSAs vs RRSPs
Building good credit history
Understanding Taxation, Inflation, & Interest
And Much More!
OUR FINANCIAL LITERACY PROGRAMS
In this program you will learn about budgeting, debit cards & credit cards, investing and much more! Join this class to learn how you can make sure you’re ready to manage your money responsibly! Because Money Matters!
We’ll enjoy games, prizes, and lots of fun activities!
In this session we’ll help you learn about everything you need to know about money before turning 18!
We’ll help you make sure you’re ready to get your first credit card, open a tax-free savings account, and budget as a student!
In this session, you’ll have the opportunity to learn all about investing, building good credit history, and how mortgages work (so that you’re ready to buy your first home!). If you’re not there yet, don’t worry!
This information is most beneficial when learned well in advance. Trust us, you’ll need a few years to get ready for all the exciting upcoming financial milestones in your life!
ABOUT MONEY MATTERS
Did you know 100% of our program participants indicated that they learned something new from the Money Matters course? And that’s based on over 100 program participants!
Join us for an upcoming Money Matters session to learn about how you can set your child/yourself up for financial success!
We’ll debunk the biggest money misconceptions out there and help answer all your burning questions! Let’s raise a generation of financially literate young adults!
Don’t see a session that works for you?
Send us an email on our Contact Us page to arrange a private group class for you and a group of friends and have the Money Matters Curriculum delivered in the comfort of your home!
What Parents Think
"Money Matters is a great opportunity for your child to gain a sense of adulthood. I was so impressed when Patricia came home and asked if our fixed expenses were under 50% of our household income! Now that's the kind of budgeting we can all learn from."
Patricia's Mom (Patricia age 11)